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Louise Reid has been working with Prof. Graeme Ruxton and Lara Fahey on a project funded by the Society of Biology exploring domestic exterior lights. The data collected will be used as the basis of a forthcoming funding application.

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The researchers at CHR are booking the boardroom regularly on Tuesdays for a quiet place to write together as a way to support each other in writing.

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Dr Kim McKee presented at the Employer’s in Voluntary Housing (EVH) annual conference to delegates from across the social housing sector on the renewed interest in policy and politics driven by the recent Scottish independence referendum.

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Ellsworth-Krebs attended the first DEMAND Summer School on Energy Histories and Energy Futures this July. The programme consisted of seminars, fieldwork and workshops in areas of demand research.

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Leading cultural geographer Professor Don Mitchell (Syracuse University) will deliver the seminar “Resisting Planning, Planning Resistance: Struggling for a Place in Glasgow” co-ordinated by CHR on 25/11

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Louise Reid and Katherine Ellsworth-Krebs presented papers at the BEHAVE 2014 international conference on the theme: ‘Paradigm Shift: From Energy Efficiency to Energy Reduction through Social Change’.

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Louise Reid recently had a paper accepted in Open House International, in a special issue on ‘Improving Energy Efficiency in the Housing Stock’ edited by a collaborator on her ESRC Smarter Homes Project, Prof Henk Visscher of Delft University.

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Following the appointment of Drs Kim McKee and Louise Reid as CHR’s new Directors, the centre has published its revised strategy for 2014-16. We will be focusing our research activities on two themes: Homes, Families & Communities and Places, Policies & Practices

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CHR Associate Dr Tom Moore (University of Sheffield) is the co-organiser of the forthcoming Housing Studies Association annual conference. The event, which will be held in York, 8-10th April 2015 will offer the opportunity to discuss this key theme within broader debates about justice, equality and...

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Beverley Searle and David McCollum (CHR) have had their paper ‘Property based welfare and the search for generational equality’ published in the International Journal of Housing Policy.

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