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New Student Publication on Tulse Hill 

This report| is the culmination of work carried out by an independent, external research team of LSE MSc RUPS students between March and June 2014. View now|.

Focus on Tulse Hill: an asset based analysis|

What the students said about the experience:

My experience on this project has been invaluable. It has been a unique and wonderful learning opportunity for me. I am really not used to having professors who are involved on such a personal level, but it has made all the difference. I also think that working closely with other students in this Tulse Hill project has given me a chance to get a better grasp on group working as well as to develop closer relationships with some students that I may not have been able to do otherwise. Thanks!
- Selina Bull,  MSc RUPS

Thank you, Alan and Nancy, for coming all the way to Tulse Hill to support us last night. It really meant a great deal, and we were happy to share our work with two people who have taught us so much. Thanks also, Alan, for linking us up with the opportunity. We certainly learned a lot while doing it!
- Emma Sagor,  MSc RUPS

Student field trip 2014

This year MSc RUPS students travelled to Bucharest to explore the planning dilemmas found in this fascinating transitional city. Learn more about their experience|.

Focus Bucharest: A Transforming City|

Planning Studies newsletter

A strong sense of identity is generated in the student body and alumni keep in regular contact through our annual newsletter. You can view the latest issues on this page.

*view the latest edition: issue 29, September 2013*|
Newsletter29|

Past newsletters: Newsletter 28|Newsletter 27| ; Newsletter 26| ; Newsletter 25| ; Newsletter 24| ; Newsletter 22/23| ; Newsletter 21| ; Newsletter 20| ; Newsletter 19| ; Newsletter 18| ; Newsletter 17| ; Newsletter 16| ; Newsletter 15| 

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