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Congratulations to all the finalists at the RTPI Awards for Research Excellence 2022. You can see all finalists below:

Early Career Researcher Award

Amy Bristow, Heriot-Watt University

Meeting the housing needs of BAME households in England: the role of planning

Ka Yan Lai, The University of Hong Kong

Calculating a national Anomie Density Ratio: Measuring the patterns of loneliness and social isolation across the UK’s residential density gradient using results from the UK Biobank study

Si Qiao, The University of Hong Kong

Is ride-hailing a valuable means of transport in newly developed areas under TOD-oriented urbanization?

Planning Practitioner Award

Matthew Spry , Lichfields

Taking Stock: The geography of housing need, permissions, and completions

Mark Powney, Savills / British Property Federation

Levelling Up - The Logic of Logistics

Heather Pugh, David Lock Associates

Effective Delivery of Strategic Sites: A Toolkit for Planning Authorities

Martin Taylor, Lichfields

Tracking Progress

Sir Peter Hall Award for Excellence in Research and Engagement

Prof. Matthew Carmona, UCL

The existential crisis of traditional shopping streets

Prof. Matthew Carmona & Valentina Giordano, UCL

Appealing Design

Prof. Claire Colomb, University College London & Dr Tatiana Moreira de Souza, University of Liverpool

Regulating short-term rentals. Platform-based property rentals in European cities: the policy debates

Dr. Alexander Wilson, Newcastle University & Prof. Mark Tewdwr-Jones, University College London

Digital Participatory Planning: Citizen Engagement, Democracy, and Design

Student Award

Jennifer Baker, Heriot Watt University

Factors Influencing the Provision of Urban Greenspace in Scotland

Aileen David, University of Reading

Addressing climate change as a super-wicked problem: The challenges associated with effective policy-making for zero-carbon homes

Catherine Denning-Johnson, University of Brighton

Levelling up on the Urban Coast

Adam Philpott, Cardiff University

Repower to the people: The scope for repowering to increase the scale of community shareholding in commercial onshore wind assets in the UK

Samantha Simmons, University of Westminster

Mental Health and the Built Environment: delivering mentally healthy places