Dr Iqbal Hamiduddin

Lecturer in Transport Planning and Housing

Iqbal Hamiduddin (B.A. Dunelm, Ph.D UCL) is Lecturer in Transport Planning & Housing in the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London), where he is Course Director for the Housing & City Planning MSc programme. His specific research interests are on housing development processes, transport and land use interactions, and community-led planning. He has been PI, Co-I or a team member of ten research projects spanning the fields of transport, planning for housing, governance of planning, and rural development. Recent outputs include the edited volume Self-Build Homes (with Michaela Benson, UCL Press, London) and the co-authored books New Money in the Countryside (with Nick Gallent, Meri Juntti, Nicola Livingstone and Phoebe Stirling; Palgrave, London) and Introduction to Rural Planning (with Nick Gallent, Meri Juntti, Sue Kidd and Dave Shaw; Routledge, London).

Recent London posts

Planning for residential ‘value’ in London?

Planning for residential ‘value’ in London?

Image by David SamuelIn a seminar for the Department of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge, London WHIG team member Nicola Livingstone reflected on findings from a recently published paper that explores planning for ‘value’ through densification. ​The paper...

The Geographies of Viability Planning

The Geographies of Viability Planning

In a recent new publication Whig researchers Jess Ferm and Mike Raco explore the geographies of viability-driven planning reform in England.Drawing on interviews and fieldwork in London and the North East region, the paper reflects on the variable outcomes and...