Video of research project Liveable Cities available to view

Posted on 19th December, 2017

SERG researchers participated into a 5-year programme “Liveable Cities” to transform the engineering of cities to deliver societal and planetary wellbeing within the context of low-carbon living and resource security.

More videos by SERG researchers can be found below:

Leaky Houses – Luke Blunden

Electricity Monitoring Field Study for Carbon Savings – Leonidas Bourikas

Rezoning as a Tool for Achieving Liveable Cities – Leonidas Bourikas

Wellbeing and Energy – Milena Buchs

Finding Socially Acceptable Wind Turbine Sites – Michael Harper

Developing Methods of Charging for Heat in Council Housing – Sam Paine

Assessing the Impact of Multiple Developments on the Environment and Citizens – Tatiana Sanches

Overheating Risk – Jake Stephen

Regeneration of Secondary Retail – Philip Turner

Energy Saving Potential of Buildings in a City – Phil Wu