Paul Cheshire

Professor Emeritus of Economic Geography


Paul has a strong interest in policy analysis and policy related fields.

He has extensive experience as an advisor or consultant to international organisations as well as the UK government, including being a member of the Expert Panel for the Barker Review of the Planning system and a Board member of the National Housing and Planning Advice Unit. He is currently a member of the DCLG’s Planning Sounding Board. In 2013 was named one of the planning industry's 100 most influential people. 

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