Monthly Archives: August 2015

How to Save our town centres – exploring change and future possibilities

“Coffee is probably the ostensible reason for someone to be seated at a sidewalk café, but it is also an excuse to watch city life go by,… in almost all cases staying times are considerably longer than the time it … Continue reading

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Spaces of Community featured on The Internauts

At the Faculty’s annual internal conference this year I presented a poster about my recent research project on the growth of the cafe industry and the role of cafes in urban areas. With research still at the fieldwork stage it was … Continue reading

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The Conversation: How the third wave of coffee shops is transforming high streets

Recently I had an article published about an aspect of this research project on The Conversation, a news and current affairs websites with articles written by academics and other experts in their fields. The article highlights not only the growth … Continue reading

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