As a Research Manager at Centre for London, Nicolas leads on research projects investigating London’s critical challenges. He has co-authored publications on strategic planning for growth, facilitating development at stations, the impact of housing on inequality, meanwhile uses of vacant units, the London identity, and the management of public space. Nicolas’s research interests include housing, transport, city government, and planning for sustainable growth. He is passionate about making the case for more self-government to regions and cities.

Nicolas joined the Centre in March 2015. Prior to this, he worked on policy evaluation projects in Paris, San Francisco and London, while studying urban policy and planning.