ProBE publishes report on its first seven years

13 July 2017

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The Centre for the Study of the Production of the Built Environment (ProBE), has published their updated business plan for 2017. 

ProBE is a multi-faculty research centre, established in February 2010, between the Westminster Business School and the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment.

ProBE provides a hub at the University of Westminster for interdisciplinary and international activity relating to the production of the built environment. ProBE conducts a rich programme of research and related activities, including research projects, oral history, film, exhibitions and seminars.

The centre's new report reviews ProBE's first seven years of work, from 2010 to 2017, and outlines their core objectives for the future. The document also includes up to date details of the group's membership, publications, research network and projects. 

Read ProBE's 2017 report

Download ProBE’s 2017 report.

 


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