Introduction

This series brings together members of the urban analytics research community once a month for presentations and discussion of recent research, hosted by the Turing’s Urban Analytics programme.

Although aimed at academics (at all career stages), it is envisaged that there will also be sessions with participation from stakeholders in industry and government.

About the event

Developing Urban Analytics and AI for the UK Land Use Planning System

Thursday 12 May 2022, 09:30 - 11:00 BST

The meeting will start with a talk from Professor Michael Batty on developing Urban Analytics and AI for the UK Land Use planning system. He will cover how the institution of planning can embrace new technologies to help understand what is happening to land use and development in Britain. This will then be followed by a discussion on the land use and planning mission, with reference to the Turing's Urban Analytics programme's mission-setting process.


Outcomes from previous events

Delivering societal impact through place-based Urban Analytics (Mark Mon-Williams, University of Leeds)

Strategic Urban Digital Twins: Optimising urban development for long-term sustainable planning (Alistair Ford, Newcastle University)

"Prefer not to declare" may declare a lot (Ana Basiri, University College London)

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Thursday 12 May 2022, 09:30 - 11:00 BST

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