Launch event: Monday 30 April 2018, 5:30pm-8pm

What kind of research will support the work that you or your organisation are doing? What do we not know about the housing situation in the city? What forms of evidence are needed to support new initiatives and policy reform? How can we help develop new building and design solutions? How can students be accommodated in a way that benefits the city?

Join us for our launch event to help identify how the university can best support community led efforts to tackle the local housing crisis.

The event is free, but places are limited, so please register here.


The Radical Futures Housing Forum brings together academics, community organisations and policymakers to study the crisis in Brighton and to develop innovative local solutions. Drawing on the work of architects, designers, historians, political theorists, sociologists, lawyers, engineers and others, we aim to develop interdisciplinary projects which map and document the housing situation in the city, explore the ways in which cities around the world have responded to the housing crisis and imagine new ways in which housing might be designed and organised in the future.