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Read more at: Dr Katayoun Karampour joins CCHPR

Dr Katayoun Karampour joins CCHPR

9 September 2021

Gemma Burgess is delighted to announce that Dr Katy Karampour has joined CCHPR as a Research Associate. Katy comes to us from the Bartlett School of Planning at UCL and will be working on a number of projects, including our collaboration with Places for People.


Read more at: Latest research newsletter from CCHPR now available
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Latest research newsletter from CCHPR now available

9 September 2021

The Septermber 2021 newsletter from CCHPR is available on request. For your copy, please email Pam Lee, our administrator, on pjl56@cam.ac.uk . To sign up to our mailing list, click here .


Read more at: New MMC podcast available
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New MMC podcast available

9 September 2021

Hannah Holmes recently took part in a podcast discussing how the UK can unlock modern methods of construction on a large scale. Read more on the project page here .


Read more at: New paper on technology transfer published

New paper on technology transfer published

8 September 2021

A paper co-authored by CCHPR researcher Dr Kwadwo Oti-Sarpong has been published by the International Journal of Project Management. International technology transfer through projects: A social construction of technology perspective unpacks the socio-technical developments that occur in attempts to transfer foreign...


Read more at: New paper published!

New paper published!

17 August 2021

A paper by Kwadwo Oti-Sarpog, Erika Parn, Gemma Burgess and Mohamed Zaki has been published online by Construction Innovation. Read more on the project page.


Read more at: Impact-driven research
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Impact-driven research

2 August 2021

We're excited to see that The Construction Index has picked up on Deploying Modular Housing, our latest report with Places for People.


Read more at: How do we support older people to age well? Guidance for practitioners and policymakers
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How do we support older people to age well? Guidance for practitioners and policymakers

2 August 2021

An evidence review by CCHPR researchers is the first chapter in Research in Practice's latest publication. Ageing Well - Housing options and alternative modes of living for later life is available from the Research in Practice website . It draws on research findings from multiple projects: multigenerational living...


Read more at: Modular housing: so many potential benefits
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Modular housing: so many potential benefits

28 July 2021

Our latest report for Places for People was launched today at a virtual roundtable event. Chaired by Prof Campbell Middleton, Director of the Laing O’Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology at the University of Cambridge, the event was well-attended by industry professionals, reinforcing the appetite for...


Read more at: Living Room - CCHPR researchers contribute to the Cambridge Alumni Magazine

Living Room - CCHPR researchers contribute to the Cambridge Alumni Magazine

21 July 2021

Housing is core to understanding inequality, and land – who owns it, what you do with it and what it costs – is core to understanding growing inequality in cities across the world. Shanty towns next to gated communities in Accra; Georgian mansions close to sleeping bag-lined subways in London; asset-rich pensioners living...


Read more at: New presentation: Migrant housing in the Bronx
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New presentation: Migrant housing in the Bronx

14 July 2021

Sabina Maslova gave a presentation at the 2021 IMISCOE Conference: The role of housing providers and intermediaries in migrant access to (in)formal housing markets in the New York Cityarkets in the New York City.


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