Janet Beauchamp


Job Title: Lecturer
Room No: D3.04c
Email Address:  jbeauchamp@cardiffmet.ac.uk



 Current teaching responsibilities include:

BSc Housing Studies:

 Module lead for Participation and Empowerment

Module lead for Regeneration and Sustainability

Module lead for Sustainable Places

Module lead for Working with Service Users and Communities

Contemporary Housing Practice  (legislation in context)

The Context of Housing (Law and Rights)

Professional and Practice Skills


Foundation leading to BA/BSc Social Sciences:

Introducing Sociology

Extended Essay (Sociology)


 Cardiff Met Widening Access:

Lead for Looking into Housing Community and Summer School courses



Boswell, C. & Beauchamp, J. (2016) Housing options for older people, EnvisAGE 11: 24-28.

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I am a Chartered Town Planner specialising in urban design, master planning new housing area and regeneration projects.  I previously held a senior position in local government and have also worked in two other higher education settings, adding value as a practitioner. 

  • Chartered Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (MRTPI)
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
  • Elected Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute Cymru Policy and Research Forum, which leads on planning policy, practice and research activities
  • Appointed Member of  the Royal Town Planning Institute Accreditation Board – validating professionally accredited Town Planning courses across UK HE providers
  • Management Board Member Cardiff Community Housing Association
  • Member of Alzheimer's Society Research Network - lay member evaluating research funding bids
  • Mentor on  Chwarae Teg Agile Nation 2 Mentoring Scheme - developing career aspirations for women
  • Mental Capacity Advocate, Alzheimer's Society - Volunteer responsible for the delivery of an advocacy service for people with dementia
  • Alzheimer's Society Dementia Friends Champion - Dementia-awareness training to community groups and businesses
  • Acknowledged Advisor, The Civic Trust for Wales - Exploring Your Town. A Manual and Tool Kit for Urban Characterisation Studies