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Staff Profiles

Staff engaged in urban regeneration and architectural design research

Urban Regeneration and Architectural Design


EE Bobgiddings Staffprofile 100Professor Bob Giddings
Professor of Architecture and Urban Design
BA (Hons) BArch (Hons) MA DPhil ARB FCIOB FFB Bob Giddings studied Architecture at Newcastle University winning two prizes in design competitions. His interest in the integration of design and management led to a Postgraduate Diploma in Management... more>>

EE Paul Greenhalgh Staffprofile 100Dr Paul Greenhalgh
Reader in Property Economics and Faculty Director of Research Ethics
PhD BSc (Hons) MRICS FHEA PGCED
I joined Northumbria on the 1st of September 1992, the day it became a University, having previously been a student of Newcastle Poly. In between, I worked as a General Practice Surveyor for the British... more>>

EE Alex Hope Staffprofile 100Dr Alex Hope
Lecturer in Sustainable Development and Project Management
PhD, BSc (Hons), AIEMA, CMI, PGDip I joined Northumbria University in 2008 following a career in private and public sector management positions across a diverse range of sectors including retail, local government and construction. I specialise... more>>

EE Pauljones Staffprofile 100Professor Paul Jones
Director of Architecture Chair of Learning and Teaching in Architecture
BA(Hons) BArch (Dist) FHEA NTF ARB RIBA Paul studied at the Manchester Metropolitan University, gaining a First Class degree, and a distinction in BArch at Manchester School of Architecture. Prior to teaching at Northumbria University, Paul taught... more>>

EE Rob Pickard Staffprofile 100Professor Robert (Rob) David Pickard
LLD PhD DipBldgConsRICS BSc MRICS IHBC
Rob Pickard is Chair in Built Environment and Heritage Conservation. He is a Chartered Surveyor (since 1983) and Member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (since 1998). more>>


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