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Read more at: Smart city governance and the ethical dimension of smart city decision-making in Cambridge, UK

Smart city governance and the ethical dimension of smart city decision-making in Cambridge, UK

Dr Sabina Maslova presented findings from CCHPR's research into the ethics of smart city governance at the European Urban Research Association 2022 Conference in Milan, on 17 June 2022. Smart city governance and ethical decisionmaking_SM.pdf Smart city governance and ethical decisionmaking_SM.pdf


Read more at: Customer experience in the housebuilding industry: the post-occupancy evaluation of MMC-delivered homes in the social housing sector

Customer experience in the housebuilding industry: the post-occupancy evaluation of MMC-delivered homes in the social housing sector

Dr Sabina Maslova's report provides important insights into the role that post-occupancy evaluation (POE) and customer experience play in the social housing sector. It explores the feedback loop from the residents of occupied homes that were built with MMC through to the housebuilding supply chain...


Read more at: Ethically making Smart Cities

Ethically making Smart Cities

The Centre for Digital Built Britain has published a blog by CCHPR researchers, based on their recently published paper, The ethical underpinnings of Smart City governance: Decision-making in the Smart Cambridge Programme, UK. The blog explores the crucial ethical issues faced by decisionmakers...


Read more at: The ethical underpinnings of Smart City governance

The ethical underpinnings of Smart City governance

Published in Urban Studies, The ethical underpinnings of Smart City governance: Decision-making in the Smart Cambridge programme, UK explores the ethical debate around Smart Cities. The authors present the case for extending the debate to include the ethical content which can be traced in decision-...


Read more at: Self-build and custom housebuilding in the UK

Self-build and custom housebuilding in the UK

Our report into self-build and custom housebuilding looks at the potential for this sector of the housing industry to help address the UK's housing crisis. Self-build and custom housebuilding has been consistently promoted as a way of boosting the diversity of housing supply, and our report makes a...


Read more at: Towards a co-creative stakeholder framework for Smart City projects: presentation

Towards a co-creative stakeholder framework for Smart City projects: presentation

Dr Richmond Juvenile Ehwi gave a talk on a co-creative stakeholder framework for Smart City projects at a HTA Design LLP evening event in August 2021. HTA Design LLP is an organisation of housing design specialists with expertise in areas such as community-led design, urban and estate regeneration...


Read more at: Housing for highly mobile transnational professionals: evolving forms of housing practices in Moscow and London

Housing for highly mobile transnational professionals: evolving forms of housing practices in Moscow and London

Most housing forms and living arrangements in contemporary cities are designed for settled populations, and housing markets poorly address the needs of mobile population groups. This paper, by CCHPR researcher Sabina Maslova, explores the housing forms and living arrangements which emerge from the...


Read more at: Deploying modular housing in the UK: exploring the benefits and risks for the housebuilding industry

Deploying modular housing in the UK: exploring the benefits and risks for the housebuilding industry

Faced with an ongong undersupply of housing in the UK, the use of digital technologies has been widely promoted as a key solution to the challenges faced by the construction industry. Particular emphasis has been placed on the potential of offiste manufacture for increasing and improving the...


Read more at: The role of housing providers and intermediaries in migrant access to (in)formal housing markets in the New York City

The role of housing providers and intermediaries in migrant access to (in)formal housing markets in the New York City

Sabina Maslova gave a presentation to academics at the IMISCOE Conference in July 2021. IMISCOE (International Migration Research Network) is Europe's largest interdisciplinary research network in the field of migration, integration and diversity studies. The presentation looked at the roles played...


Read more at: Housing for Highly Mobile Transnational Professionals: ’New’ Forms of Housing Practices in Moscow and London

Housing for Highly Mobile Transnational Professionals: ’New’ Forms of Housing Practices in Moscow and London

Sabina Maslova gave a presentation to the ENHR Working Group on Housing, Migration and Family Dynamics on 29 January 2021. The online presentation explored the housing uses and living arrangements that emerge as a result of the practices of middle class, high-skilled transnational professionals...


Read more at: Towards a co-creative Stakeholder engagement framework for Smart City projects

Towards a co-creative Stakeholder engagement framework for Smart City projects

Richmond Ehwi gave a peer presentation to Department of Land Economy colleagues on 3 December 2020.


Read more at: Stakeholder Engagement Plan: West Cambridge Digital Twin Research Facility

Stakeholder Engagement Plan: West Cambridge Digital Twin Research Facility

Commissioned by the CDBB, the document sets out a comprehensive plan for stakeholder engagement activities for the Digital Twin Research Facility (DTRF) to be set up at West Cambridge.


Read more at: Stakeholder Engagement for Smart Cities and DIPs: National Guidance Document

Stakeholder Engagement for Smart Cities and DIPs: National Guidance Document

Our paper looks at the importance of effective stakeholder engagement, and sets out guidance on identifying stakeholders and appropriate forms of engagement across the lifetime of Smart Cities and Digital Infrastructure Projects.


Read more at: Residential trajectories of high-skilled transnational migrants in a global city: Exploring the housing choices of Russian and Italian professionals in London

Residential trajectories of high-skilled transnational migrants in a global city: Exploring the housing choices of Russian and Italian professionals in London

A paper by Dr Sabina Maslova and Prof Russell King has been published in Cities. This paper explores the residential trajectories of highly skilled transnational migrants in London. It analyses this under-researched topic by drawing on interview data with 32 mostly Italian and Russian migrants. The...


Read more at: Urban informality in the Global North: (il)legal status and housing strategies of Ghanaian migrants in New York City

Urban informality in the Global North: (il)legal status and housing strategies of Ghanaian migrants in New York City

A journal paper co-authored by Sabina Maslova and Gemma Burgess has been published online by the International Journal of Housing Policy. Different legal statuses of migrants are known to affect housing opportunities in the destination cities. The research explores the housing journeys of Ghanaian...