Become a partner

As a leader in vital urban and spatial research, UNSW Built Environment is internationally renowned for expertise in creating and designing sustainable, resilient, equitable and productive cities that improve peoples’ lives. We can only achieve this through working with our partners. If you would like to be one of those partners, contact one of our researchers today.

Why partner with us?

Research at UNSW Built Environment tackles the biggest and most complex social, economic, environmental and design challenges facing the 21st century city.

As a leader in multifaceted, evidence-based, urban and spatial research, UNSW Built Environment partners with government, industry and the community. We offer the most comprehensive integrated research portfolio in Australasia to advance academic and public debate, inform policy, and undertake dynamic and applied high-impact research that improves peoples’ lives. 

Whether it is an understanding of the impact of heatwave events, the challenge of accessibility for people with disability, issues in high-rise living, better designed cities for active transportation, or seeking closer alignments between urban policy aims and implementation, we give voice to the most serious issues facing our urban areas, with our sights set firmly on helping our government, community and industry partners create just and equitable cities in the future.

If you would like to be one of those partners, please contact one of our researchers today.

Our Partners

Case Studies

UNSW Built Environment works with all types of businesses, from start-ups to large corporations, to help our government, community and industry partners create just and equitable cities in the future. Find out more.

UNSW Built Environment continues to deliver vital urban and spatial research that improves peoples’ lives. Read about some of our recent successes. Find out more.

 

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