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Dr Quintin Bradley


Dr Quintin Bradley
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Dr Quintin Bradley

Senior Lecturer

School of Built Environment & Engineering

0113 81 21964 Q.Bradley@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

About Dr Quintin Bradley

Dr Quintin Bradley is a Senior Lecturer in Planning and Housing, and leads post-graduate study in planning, housing and regeneration at the School of Built Environment & Engineering. He is active in research in the fields of housing studies, community engagement, and social policy.

Quintin's PhD was a study of the English tenants' movement and its impact on social housing policy, a research project that combined social movement theory with housing studies and was based on significant community research. His work has been published in peer reviewed international journals and he is contributing a monograph on the tenants' movement to be published by Routledge. He is currently leading a research project examining the democratic practices and changes in governance arising from neighbourhood planning. He continues to pursue research into housing campaigns, community economies, and social movements. As a practitioner he has extensive experience in community involvement and has worked for resident-led organisations, as well as local housing authorities and housing associations. He has been active in campaigns and social movements and has a background as an investigative journalist.

Current Teaching

Quintin is Course Leader for the MA Town & Regional Planning and MA Housing Regeneration & Urban Management. He also teaches on the Foundation Degree in Housing and BA Housing.

Research Interests

Quintin is currently leading a research team on a 12 month internally funded research study of the impact on democratic governance of neighbourhood planning and the community rights of localism. He continues to pursue research into housing campaigns, community economies, and social movements.

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