I am a writer and researcher on urbanism, public policy and history, with a specific interest in housing, health, and economic development. My latest research project focusing on post-war regeneration and gentrification in the London Borough of Hackney is due to be released in 2023.
I am a MSc International Public Policy graduate from Queen Mary, University of London and a BA History graduate at Goldsmiths, University of London, with professional experience within local and central government.
I also produce music exploring RnB and Soul https://soundcloud.com/ricyeboah
I am currently represented by OWN IT! ownit.london/richardyeboah
Podcast on regeneration and gentrification in London w/Surviving Society Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/user-622675754/e098-richard-yeboah-hackney-housing-gentrification?ref=clipboard
Interview with The Face Magazine https://theface.com/society/regeneration-gentrification-hackney-borough-research-photography-richard-yeboah
Feature with Flashback https://flashbak.com/hackney-then-and-now-london-historian-records-30-years-of-change-in-photographs-431729/
Interview on Shoreditch Radio with Liam Davis: https://www.mixcloud.com/liam-davis3/
Interview with Public Practice https://www.publicpractice.org.uk/resources/bips-richard-yeboah
Interview with MyLondon https://www.mylondon.news/news/nostalgia/lifelong-hackney-resident-compares-images-19863729
For any enquiries you can contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow me on Twitter at @ricyeboah.
You can also contact me on LinkedIn.
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Richard, Wondered if you might be interested in writing a piece on the Royal Docks for the series of public events looking at regeneration processes past and present in the London Festival of Architecture 2019? Regards, Tim Peake
Hi Tim, that would definitely be interesting opportunity – are you available on twitter to discuss further? My handle is @ricyeboah
I trust you are well. Just saw your tweet about your research project on “regeneration” in Hackney. I’d like to send you an email u see separate cover, please. Many thanks.
Hi Michelle, thanks for getting in contact with me – please email me at email@example.com
Whoops, please forgive the typo. The Auto Correct function changed my words about. The last sentence if my original comment should read, “I’d like to send you an email *under* separate cover.