Dr Quintin Bradley, Senior Lecturer

Dr Quintin Bradley

Senior Lecturer

Dr Quintin Bradley is a Senior Lecturer in Planning and Housing at Leeds Beckett University, and leads research into community engagement in planning with a particular focus on issues of housing supply and housing policy.

Dr Quintin Bradley has a sustained track record of high quality published research  dealing with issues of popular contention in planning and housing and the role of social movements in urban policy. His background is in campaigns for housing justice and he works in partnership with voluntary and community planning groups to share knowledge and innovation. He is a Senior Fellow of the HEA and contributes innovative teaching to postgraduate and undergraduate courses in Geography, Housing, and Urban and Rural Planning.

Current Teaching

  • BA Human Geography & Planning
  • BA Housing Studies
  • MPlan (Master of Planning)
  • MA Housing Regeneration and Urban Management
  • MA Town & Regional Planning
  • Chartered Town Planner Degree Apprenticeship

Research Interests

Research by Dr. Quintin Bradley has increased the capacity of neighbourhood and community groups to change statutory planning policy in England. His work brought about a four-fold increase in the percentage of urban neighbourhoods participating in statutory planning policy and changed development decisions, empowering disadvantaged communities to plan and create safer and greener environments and to build a strong sense of place.

Dr Quintin Bradley, Senior Lecturer

Ask Me About

  1. Housing

Selected Outputs

  • Brownill S (2017) Localism and Neighbourhood Planning Power to the People?. Policy Press.

  • Bradley Q (2014) The Tenants' Movement: Resident Involvement, Community Action and the Contentious Politics of Housing. Routledge.

  • Bradley Q (2014) The political boundaries of neighbourhood planning in England. In: ENHR 2014: Beyond Globalisation: Remaking Housing Policy in a Complex World, 1 July 2014 - 4 July 2014, Edinburgh.

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