This project aims to combine data and architecture services into a platform that helps sustain property rights beyond existing individualized models.
Migration and Cities
Our research provides urban planning and design policy recommendations that promote equitable housing and active transport among urban migrants, by focussing on both internal and post-conflict migrant communities in PEAK Urban cities and beyond.
We use interdisciplinary methods including spatial analysis, neighbourhood urban form modelling, and household surveys to look at mega-city development as well as experimental property.
This project addresses the global challenge of internal force displacement, rural-urban and inter-urban migrations and disruptive urban growth.
We put forward a new theoretical framework to study the development of mega-city regions and metropolitan areas under the recent national strategy of new-type urbanisation and rural vitalisation.
We aim to understand the dynamics of China’s internal migration and urbanisation by developing a socio-spatial framework and applying it to multi-scalar empirical investigations.