Dr Iqbal Hamiduddin

Iqbal’s research spans the fields of transport planning, planning for housing and governance. He is particularly interested in the social impacts of different housing and transport regimes and the policy implications on well-being, social sustainability and future planning practice – interests captured in his doctoral research, which examined the social impacts of residential car reduction strategies in new residential development schemes across Europe.

Iqbal’s extensive project experience includes EU-supported work to develop strategies for ‘seamless’ urban and regional transport in cities across North West Europe; RICS commissioned research on housing land supply; and the delivery of community-led self-build housing supported by UCL’s Grand Challenges scheme – work which helped to generate the current NaCSBA-Grand Designs Live ‘Self-Build on a Shoestring’ competition.

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