Philipp Rode talks at Design After Planning

Philip Rode , Executive Director at LSE Cities, will be talking today at Design After Planning  on “Strategic Planning and Policy Integration: Governance hierarchies and networks in London and Berlin”. This one-day interdisciplinary conference will explore the possibility of going beyond the limitations of liberal-modernist policy-making and urban planning, and the implications of doing so.

Media feature UK’s most diverse street

Recent data from our  ‘Super-diverse Streets’ project  highlighting Narborough Road in Leicester as the UK’s most diverse high street featured in several newspapers, including The Mirror , Daily Mail , Leicester Mercury , The Sun , and The Daily Express . Super-diverse Streets  focuses on the intersections between city streets, ethnic diversity and economic adaptations in the context of accelerated migration.