In June, members of the Urbanisation, Planning and Development cluster gathered for an away day at the October Gallery in London.
Faculty and research students who were able to attend joined in a retreat day of reflection, planning and socialising. Current PhD students joined faculty in the afternoon for tea and cake, and a discussion about the research community and preparation for post-PhD life.
Thank you to Paroj Banerjee for coordinating photography.
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