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Jack Brown

Research Manager | Centre for London

Jack Brown is a Research Manager at Centre for London. He joined the Centre as a Senior Researcher in May 2018. He is also Lecturer in London Studies and London Partnerships Director at King’s College London. He is particularly interested in London’s history, governance, and development.

Prior to joining the Centre for London, Jack worked as Researcher in Residence at No. 10 Downing Street, and Research Assistant to the King’s Commission on London. He was awarded his doctorate by Queen Mary, University of London in November 2017, for his thesis on the redevelopment of London’s Docklands and the emergence of Canary Wharf in the 1980s.

Project

1 January 2018 – 5 February 2019

London and the UK How can London support regional renaissance and rebalancing, and re-build its relationship with the rest of the country?