Nicolas is Head of Data and Insight at Centre for London. He joined the Centre in 2015 and has co-authored research on housing and inequality, opposition to housing developments, regional governance, the management of public spaces, lighting and future mobility. Prior to this, he was studying for a master’s degree in regional and urban planning studies. Over the past year, Nicolas has also been volunteering with Toynbee Hall on a project to improve private renting for young people in East London. His research interests include housing, transport, city government, and planning for sustainable growth.
What do you love about London?
Whatever your identity or interest – you can find and relate with people who share your experience.
What would you change about London if you could?
Make it so everyone can heat their home using renewable energy.