The Prince’s Foundation champions research papers that relate to the charity’s key objectives and areas of interest. You can find these publications here where you can download as a PDF
Living with Beauty
The BIMBY Housing Manual is designed so that community groups can say to developers, ‘we welcome your investment in our community, but we want you to respect our place and build something beautiful that actually improves where we live!’
Housing Britain: A Call to Action
A 64-page publication which features a range of specially-commissioned articles articulated by a range of industry pioneers and thought-leaders addressing issues around housing in the UK.
The Value of Community
A joint report with the University College of Estate Management which reveals a direct link between housing type and social benefits.
Journal of urbanism
A multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal that focuses on human settlement and its relationship to the idea of sustainability, social justice and cultural understanding. It is concerned with the relative impact of design on environmental perception, urban livability and the experience of space. Co-founded and is co-edited by Prof Emily Talen of the University of Chicago and Dr Matthew Hardy of The Prince's Foundation, and published by Taylor & Francis.
Building a Legacy, A landowner's guide to popular development
Housing London, a mid-rise solution
Quality, the key to delivering more homes
Delivering Sustainable Urbanism, Strategic Land Investment Model
How to: write conservation reports
Enquiry by Design for Health, design briefing for hospitals
Valuing Sustainable Urbanism
Enquiry by Design
The Prince's Foundation Gender Pay Gap Report
The Prince’s Foundation is committed to fairness, equality and inclusion and to reducing our gender pay gap