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Harvey Pritchard

About Harvey Pritchard

Very much a practicing planner, rather than an academic, having worked for a local planning authority; then a private sector development company; running his own planning consultancy for over twenty years; and being one of the senior volunteers for the RTPI's Planning Aid England organisation which gives free help to individuals, community groups and the general public on planning matters.

Harvey's historical and current practice as a planner very much makes an important contribution to the work he does at university: explaining what the planning system is; how 'stuff' gets on the ground; introducing colleagues from the public and private sector into our planning courses. Students get theory but also what happens in real life, warts and all. Harvey try to bring policy, academia and what actually happens together.

Current Teaching

All level 5 modules

Research Interests

Project Something is a collaboration between Benjamin Hall and Jonathan Briggs with the purpose of exploring chance and place in a digital landscape. Their methods include, mixing the physical with the digital, the people with the place and the found with the curated.

The team embrace chance and encourage the unexpected. We are both currently active researchers, lecturers and practicing professionals within the creative industries. The research is an outlet for our nostalgic intrigue and a chance to continuously assess the changing digital landscape.

We aim to exhibit our finding and experiments on an annual basis. The latest outcomes from our project will be exhibited in early 2016 in Leeds.

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