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SMARTeST

Smart Resilience, Technology, Systems and Tools

The SMARTeST project seeks to build on the drive for Flood Resilient technology.

http://www.floodresilience.eu/

Budget: 
£600,000.00
Project date: 
Friday, January 1, 2010 to Tuesday, December 31, 2013

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Person

Dr Angela Connelly

After training as a political scientist, Angela Connelly completed her PhD within the Manchester Architecture Research Centre, which was funded under the AHRC/ESRC 'Religion and Society' Programme. In collaboration with the Methodist Church Property Office and supervised by Professor Michael Hebbert and Dr. Andrew Crompton considered the architectural and social history of Methodism's Central Halls as a hybrid building type of public and sacred space.

Keywords: 
Sustainability, Green infrastructure, Cities, Buildings, Environment, Regeneration, Climate, Climate change, Carbon, Heritage, Conservation, Resilience, Teaching, Education