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Complexity, Planning & Urbanism

New MArch Atelier at the Manchester School of Architecture: Developing new theoretical approaches & computational tools using a complexity science framework (systems, self-organisation, emergence, intelligence, structural change, adaptation) for the design, management, governance and understanding of future cities related to climate change, citizen participation, development strategies, resilient interventions, policy making, urban morphology and capacity management.

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Ecological Corridor – Miles Platting

According to the research of East Manchester in the last project, Miles Platting is now suffering a series of high level issues in terms of education, public health, etc. These issues can be linked to the ecological strategy and, to some degree, can be solved by setting up an Ecological Corridor. Tracing back to the regeneration strategy published by Manchester City Council, there is a big solution for the area around Miles Platting where several green corridors will be set in the site to link both the River Irk and the River Medlock. This project aims to look at a small solution for Miles Platting, and the future planning in that place in 2025, which will provide a high connection between residences and green spaces through the ecological corridor.

Manchester School of Architecture. MArch Program. CPU (Complexity Planning & Urbanism)

Student: Zhanyi Liang

Supervisors: Ulysses Sengupta, Rob Hyde, Deljana Iossifova

24 April 2015
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