High-rise residential development: An international evidence review
Dr James White MRTPI, FHEA and Dr Bilge Serin
(University of Glasgow, Urban Studies, School of
Social and Political Sciences)
Full entry title
White, J.T., and Serin, B., (2021). High-rise residential development: An international evidence review. UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, Glasgow. Read here.
The UK’s biggest cities have recently experienced a surge in high-rise residential development. London and Manchester have seen the most development activity, with proposals, planning applications and construction starts increasing over the last five years. The UK’s experience follows well-established trends in property hotspots around the world. In this report, we argue that the impacts of high rise residential development in UK cities is yet to be fully interrogated and understood. We thus present an international evidence review on high-rise residential development – our contention being there is much to learn from research conducted in other cities around the world.