Housing and Neighbourhood
The Housing and Neighbourhood group studies the features of of housing and built and social environments that influence health in an integrated manner. The focus spans the cost of housing, and the quality of the home and its surrounding environment. The work is integrated closely with work on Transport and Mobility and on Big Data.
Accessibility and allocation of public parks and gardens in England and Wales: A COVID-19 social distancing perspective
PLoS ONE, 15, iss. 10, pp. e0241102, 2020.
Healthy built environment: Spatial patterns and relationships of multiple exposures and deprivation in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver
Environment International, 143, pp. 106003, 2020.
Secure housing tenure for healthier and more equitable cities
In Towards healthier homes in humanitarian settings, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University & CARE International UK, 2020.
Deciphering the recreational use of urban parks: Experiments using multi-source big data for all Chinese cities
Science of the Total Environment, 701, iss. 1, pp. 134896, 2020.
Measuring human-scale urban form and its performance
Landscape and Urban Planning, 191, iss. 1, pp. 103612, 2019.