About the Centre for Urban Wellbeing



Read our Strategy 2022-2027 and Strategy Summary

The Centre for Urban Wellbeing was established in 2020 to support interdisciplinary and community-engaged research informed by the best global evidence to address urban wellbeing inequalities. 

With rising levels of regional and spatial inequalities and an increase in interest in urban-rural differences in wellbeing and the future of cities, urban wellbeing is an important research agenda. Understanding and tackling urban wellbeing inequalities is key to this. Urban wellbeing inequalities can take many forms – from basic income inequalities, to health and housing inequalities, to differences in experiences of and access to green spaces and quality urban environments.

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