The Bartlett, is the UK’s largest and most multidisciplinary faculty of the built environment. Our 13 schools and institutes span diverse disciplines including architecture, planning, construction, resources, policy and heritage.
The Bartlett School of Planning, established in 1914, is one of the world's oldest and most respected Schools of planning. During our history, many of the world’s most notable academics in planning have worked with us, including Sir Patrick Abercrombie, Ruth Glass, Lord William Holford, Nat Lichfield, Lord Richard Llewelyn-Davies, Mike Batty, and Sir Peter Hall.
Today, the Bartlett School of Planning is one of Europe's leading research-led planning schools, with an international reputation for academic excellence in research, teaching, policy, and practice. Located in Bloomsbury campus, London, our research and teaching opportunities provide a unique laboratory for knowledge creation, rich in academic, cultural and social diversity. We have an internationally diverse staff, with expertise in planning, geography, design, sustainability, economics, sociology, politics, and real estate. We have a healthy balance of experienced and younger academics, all of whom have well-established international reputations in their fields of expertise.