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Dr Phoebe Stirling

Dr Phoebe Stirling

Research Associate


Office Phone: 01223 337115

Biography:

Phoebe recently completed her PhD at the Bartlett School of Planning, UCL, with research on the functioning of housing markets in London. This looked at how housing has become increasingly embedded in national macroeconomic organisation, and how professionals working in local market settings have responded to this via specific mediation practices and tools. Further work in this area will look at how the practices of housing market mediators react to national agendas, and with what effects in the market for houses. She previously studied economics, housing & urbanism, architectural history and visual cultures at Goldsmiths College, SOAS and the Architectural Association in London. 

Before coming to work at CCHPR, Phoebe worked as a Research Assistant at the Bartlett. Her research addressed housing investment pressures in the UK, the drivers and motivations behind investment into land, and local planning responses to investment demand. She has also held positions at the European Commission Directorate General for Climate Action, and at ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability.

Key Publications

Projects and Publications

Gallent, N., Hamiduddin, I., Meri, J., Livingstone, N. and Stirling, P. (2019) New Money in Rural Areas. Palgrave Pivot.

Gallent, N. Hamiduddin, I., Stirling, P. and Kelsey, J. (2019) Prioritising local housing needs through land-use planning in rural areas: Political theatre or amenity protection? Journal of Rural Studies, 66 pp.11-20.

Gallent, N., Durrant, D. and Stirling, P. (2018) Between the unimaginable and the unthinkable: Pathways to and from England's housing crisis. Town Planning Review, 89(2), pp. 125-144.

Gallent, N., Hamiduddin, I., Meri, J., Livingstone, N. and Stirling, P. (2018) New money in rural areas: assessing the impacts of investment in rural land assets. London: RICS.

Stirling, P. (2013) 'Roles and actors for cooperation towards a green transformation' in Simpson, R. and Zimmerman, M. (Eds.) The Economy of Green Cities: A World Compendium on the Green Urban Economy. Springer.