Emerita Professor of Inclusive Urban Planning, UWE Bristol
Clara seeks to plan for ‘the city of everyday life’. This led her to research on public toilet provision but also involves work on transport planning, social infrastructure and sustainability at both the national and international level, especially in the Far East. She is a member of the World Toilet Organisation, the British Toilet Association and the British Standards committee BS6465 on Sanitary Installations.
From 2019 she has been an advisor on NERC research project with Manchester University on sustainability and sanitation (Research lead: Deljana Iossifova).
Greed C. Join the queue: Including women’s toilet needs in public space. The Sociological Review. 2019;67(4):908-926.
2018 Ramster, G., Greed, C., and Bichard, J., How inclusion can exclude: The case of public toilet provision for women Built Environment 44(1) pp. 91-115
Greed, C. 2016 Taking Women’s Bodily Functions into Account in Urban Planning Policy: Public Toilets and Menstruation, Town Planning Review, Vol 87, No.5, pp. 505-523
BRE, 2014. Toilet Provision in Workplaces, Research Report BR 2883, BRE (Building Research Establishment)
Greed, C. 2011 Planning for sustainable urban areas or everyday life and inclusion. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers – Urban Design and Planning. 164:2, 107-119
ICC (International Code Council), (2011) Global Guidance for Practical Public Toilet Design, New York: ICC
British Standards Institute, (2010). BS6465 Part 4, Code of Practice for the Provision of Public Toilets. British Standards Institute.
Hanson, J., Bichard, J.-A., Greed, C. (2007). The accessible toilet resource. London, UK: University College London.
Greed, C. (2003). Inclusive urban design: Public toilets. Oxford, UK: Architectural Press.
Greed, C., Davies, L., Brown, C., Duhr, S. and Reeves, D. (2003) Gender Mainstreaming Toolkit, Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI)
Greed, C., Daniels, I. (2002). The difference between user and provider perspectives on public toilet provision. Bristol, UK: University of the West of England.
Penrose, V., Thomas, G. and Greed, C. (2001), Designing inclusive schools: how can children be involved?. Support for Learning, 16: 87-91