As a Researcher at Centre for London, Nicolas has worked on the changing geography of wealth and poverty in London and opposition to development.

He joined the Centre as an intern in March 2015, after completing an MSc in Urban Policy from the LSE and Sciences Po Paris. Prior to that, Nicolas held short-term research assistant roles in geography. His interests include urban politics and spatial issues in the economics of housing and labour markets. Nicolas grew up in what is now Grand Paris and moved to London in 2013.


Inequality in London

19 October 2015 – 4 April 2016

Accommodating Growth, Community & public services