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Mark Tewdwr-Jones

Mark Tewdwr-Jones is Director of Newcastle City Futures, which brings together local authorities, the public sector, businesses, communities and universities for projects across the city. He is the fifth holder of Newcastle University’s 1946 Established Chair of Town Planning; a member of the Global Urban Research Unit at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape; and one of the leading global authorities on urban planning, place and policy. His research interests are in the fields of cities and regions, urban and spatial planning, land use, historic and contemporary urban change, and community participation in places. He has advised cities and governments globally. He is also a curator of city and film sessions at the Open City London Documentary Film Festival.

Events featuring this speaker

Making Planning Work

Sarah Chilcott, Stephen Hilton, Zoe Metcalfe, Euan Mills, Sam Stacey, Mark Tewdwr-Jones

How do we make planning work so that we can build future cities at the same time as ensuring the democratic process is respected?

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18 October 2019 9:30am - 12:00pm Watershed