Areas of interest - Housing, regeneration policy and skills policy

Edward joined the Centre for Cities in April 2013, Before this he worked in the UK government’s housing and regeneration body the Homes and Communities Agency across various research and strategy roles, supporting and evaluating the delivery of affordable housing across England with a particular interest in the economic impact of housing investment on local areas. He has also interned across public and private sector companies such as Space Syntax Ltd. and GVA Grimley and has worked in the Economic Development Office of Wandsworth Borough Council on an EU funded local business-to-business cluster.

Edward holds a MSc in Regional and Urban Planning Studies from the London School of Economics and a BA in Geography from the University of Leeds.

Building homes where we need them

Our new report sets out three ways cities should respond to meet their housing needs.

Building Homes Where We Need Them

Building Homes Where We Need Them

Help to Buy – towards a local model

If the Government continues with Help to Buy, it clearly needs to recognise differences between places.

Supporting links between cities, universities and high-growth firms

Our Delivering Change report looks at how best to foster strong links between universities and businesses.

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