Hello and welcome to my blog.
My name is Roshan, and I’m the curator of The Built Environment Review – a blog providing commentary on urban planning, design and sustainability initiatives.
I hail from Darjeeling – a small city located in North East India famous for its tea industry – but now live in London.
Whilst I currently work in communications within the legal industry, I also have a keen interest in the architecture and engineering industries. The Built Environment Review came about through a natural desire to express my passion for all things manmade – bridges, skyscrapers, roads, tunnels, you name it. The sheer tangibility of these structures and how they profoundly impact our everyday lives is exciting and to those who orchestrate it, incredibly fulfilling.
My passion lies in writing, photography and the desire to learn more and more about this ever-evolving sector. From the latest proptech challenging traditional methods of construction to well-known firms achieving ground-breaking advances in engineering, there really is no limit to the type of content that I wish to research, produce and share.
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