Michael MATTINGLY

m.mattingly@dpu-associates.net

Specialisation:
Urban land management, including planning; peri-urban land management and livelihoods; training.

Languages:
English
Educational and professional qualifications:
1961 BS Civil Engineering
1963 MA City Planning
1965-2005 American Institute of Planners, American Institute of Certified Planners

EMPLOYMENT

1977-2006
Senior Lecturer (earlier Lecturer), Development Planning Unit, University College London; Director, M Sc degree course in Urban Development Planning; Director of Research; Editor, Development Planning Unit Working Papers Series; Director of Short Courses on Management for Metropolitan and Municipal Development, on Urban Land Policy and Management, and on Urban Land Use Planning; Director of post-graduate Diploma course in Urban Development Planning

Patrick WAKELY

Specialisation:
Urban governance and management; the formulation and management of low income housing policies and programmes with emphasis on community-based participatory processes; institutional and organisational capacity building and professional training for urban development and management.
Languages:
English (mother tongue), Spanish (basic)
Educational and professional qualifications:
1963 AA Diploma
1963 AA Certificate in Tropical Studies
1964 Royal Institute of British Architects


Babar Mumtaz - publications

Books and Chapters in Books

2005
Architecture Without Building, chapter in The Architecture of Complexity, Thames and Hudson, London.
2004
Development of Kabul: Reconstruction and Planning Issues (with Kaj Noschis, Eds), Comportments, Lausanne, ISBN 2-940075-09-3. 170 pages.
A Livelihoods Approach to Urban Planning, chapter in Mumtaz B and Kaj N, Eds, Development of Kabul: Reconstruction and Planning Issues. Comportments, Lausanne, ISBN 2-940075-09-3. Pages 141-151.
2003
Territoriality and Spatial Forms (with Wakely, P. and Clifford, K.), chapter in The Challenge of Slums: Global Report on Human Settlements, Earthscan, London.
2001
Guiding Cities: The Urban Management Programme (with Wegelin, Emiel). UN-HABITAT, Nairobi, 2001. ISBN 90-6433-030-1, 136 pages.
1997
National Housing Policies: Action and Implementation, chapter in The Reconstruction of Palestine, ed Zahlan, A., Kegan Paul, London.
1996
A Survey of the Use and Users of Computers in Urban Spatial Planning, in Lloyd-Jones, T. Ed., Computers in Urban Spatial Planning: A Guide to Research for Developing World Applications, CUSP Joint Research Team for ODA, London.

Monographs

2005
Spatial Planning and Development Control, WSP, NRB, SDC, Islamabad.
2004
Sustainable Human Settlements: Development and Management (with Walls, Michael), UN CSD, New York.
1995
Meeting Housing Demand: A Model for Establishing Affordability parameters for Housing, DPU, London, 1995.

Published articles

2002
Should Urbanisation Matter to You? Op-Ed, Dawn, Karachi.
2001
Just as Slums Need Cities to Survive, so do Cities Need Slums to Thrive, in Habitat Debate, Vol 7 No 3, available at: http://www.unhabitat.org/mdg/documents/global/Vol7_No3_why_cities_need_slums.doc
Non-Conventional Housing Finance for Indonesia, Habitat Debate, Vol 7 No 2, available at: http://www.unhabitat.org/hd/hdv7n2/supp_community_based_housing.htm
The View from Jakarta in Global Building and Environment. Review Vol 1, Issue 1, available at: http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/gber/pdf/Vol1/issue1/babarmumtaz.pdf
Community-based Housing Initiatives in Indonesia, Habitat Debate,Vol 7 No.1, available at: http://www.unhabitat.org/hd/hdv7n2/supp_community_based_housing.htm
1999
Win-Win Strategies in Open House, International, Vol.24, No. 4.
1998
Revitalising Nicosia: A Community-Based Approach to Urban Renovation, in Trialog 58, Vol. 3.
1995
Training for Urban Development, in The Courier, 149.
Housing Finance to Meet the Needs of Sri Lanka, in Economic Review.

Major Unpublished Reports

2003
National Urban and Shelter Sector Project (2002-03), various Project Reports for Asian Development Bank.
2001
Community-Based Infrastructure and Land Development(2000-2001), various Project Reports UNDP.

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Conference Papers

2005
The economics of Regeneration, Lessons for India, Keynote Speech at the Regeneration of Mumbai Conference, Mumbai First, Mumbai.
2001
Why Cities Need Slums. Keynote Speech at the World Habitat Day 2001 Global Observance, Fukuoka, Japan.
1998
Educating the Planners, Keynote Speech at ESCWA Follow-up to Habitat Conference, on Training and Education of Architects and Planners, Beirut, Lebanon.
Slums and Squatters, Keynote Speech at Arab Towns Organisation Conference on Squatters and Low-Income Housing, Marrakech, Morocco.
1996
Urban Infrastructure Provision, Keynote Speech at UNCHS Conference of Arab Mayors on the Privatisation of Urban Services, Amman, Jordan.
1995
National Housing Policy, at the Conference on the Reconstruction of Palestine, Amman, Jordan

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