Dr Jessica Ferm
lecturer in planning and urban management, UCL

Jessica is a Lecturer at the Bartlett School of Planning specialising in spatial planning, economic development and social sustainability.  She is particularly interested in the contribution of small businesses and informal urban activities to life in cities, and the social impact of major urban development.  She is actively involved in planning in London and is a member of Just Space Economy and Planning, the London Planning and Development Forum and is an ex-officio member of the Greater London Authority’s Open Workspace Provider group. Prior to completing her Ph.D. (on affordable workspace in London), she worked in planning practice in both the public and private sectors - as an Associate for the planning and regeneration consultancy, Urban Practitioners, and for the London Borough of Enfield, where she was responsible for the Council’s Area Action Plans.  Alongside her research, Jessica teaches on postgraduate and undergraduate modules at the Bartlett on Planning Practice, Urban Project Management and the Management of Housing Projects.

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Saturday 22 October, 17.30 Frobisher 1-3
Is London over?