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Dr Alice Earley
Central House
14 Upper Woburn Place
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  • BSP Research Fellow
  • The Bartlett School of Planning
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
I am a Research Fellow at the Bartlett School of Planning. Prior to this, I was a Tutor in Urban Studies, Public Policy and Qualitative Research Methods and Research Assistant at the University of Glasgow.

I have an academic background in geography, regeneration/ planning and urban studies. I also have several years’ experience working in economic development, regeneration and public policy research and consultancy in both Scotland and England.

I hold a PhD in Urban Studies and MRes in Urban Research from the University of Glasgow, an MSc in Urban Regeneration from the Bartlett School of Planning, UCL and an MA (Hons) from the University of Edinburgh.

Research Summary
My research interests are focused on the following themes:
  • the nuances of, and interrelations between, regeneration and gentrification, particularly regarding how more socially just outcomes can be achieved from regeneration;
  • the role of social and community enterprise and community asset ownership/ management in urban and public policy;
  • urban governance and the changing relationships between the public, community/ voluntary and private sectors, including the role of partnerships in the policy process; and
  • debates about how to address structural inequalities and their manifestation at the local level.
Teaching Summary
At the Bartlett School of Planning, I am providing guest lectures for the following courses:
  • Delivering Regeneration Projects (BPLN0064)
  • Urban Regeneration: Urban Problems and Problematics (BPLN0065)

At the University of Glasgow, I taught and/ or marked on the following courses, either as a Graduate Teaching Assistant or Tutor:

  • Social and Public Policy 1A: Foundations of Welfare (PUBPOL1010)
  • Social and Public Policy 1B: Understanding Glasgow in a Globalised World (PUBPOL1011)
  • Social and Public Policy 2B: Policy, Politics and Power (PUBPOL2011)


  • Evidence, Evaluation and Policy (URBAN5083)
  • Understanding Public Policy (URBAN5093)
  • Governance and Markets (URBAN5085)
  • Researching Public Policy (URBAN5135)
  • Global Cities

I also worked as Programme Tutor for the MSc in Public Policy and Management and supervised MSc dissertations for students on the MSc in City Planning and the MSc in Public and Urban Policy.

SEP-2021 Research Fellow Bartlett School of Planning University College London, United Kingdom
NOV-2020 – AUG-2021 Tutor in Urban Studies, Public Policy & Qualitative Methods Urban Studies University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
JUL-2020 – OCT-2020 Research Assistant Urban Studies University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
DEC-2019 – JUL-2020 Consultant ekosgen  , United Kingdom
JUN-2019 – AUG-2019 PhD Student Intern Local Government and Communities Directorate Scottish Government, United Kingdom
SEP-2016 – MAY-2019 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Social and Public Policy Urban Studies University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2020 PhD Urban Studies University of Glasgow
2016 MRes Urban Research University of Glasgow
2013 MSc Urban Regeneration University College London
2011 MA (Underg Geography University of Edinburgh
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