Tingting Cui

Tingting Cui

PhD Candidate

   G04 - Wilkinson Building
The University of Sydney

    Tingting has a background in urban planning. Before coming to Australia she worked as a town planner in Atkins in Shanghai. She also completed an internship at the NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure, and has worked as a planner in private consultancies.

    Her research interests include planning policy analysis and spatial studies.

      Her PhD research investigates how planning reforms have been motivated by, and responded to, various interests’ attitudes and preferences and the strategies utilised by different stakeholder groups in planning processes.

Recent publications


    Planning Reform, Interest Group Participation and Influence: the Case of New South Wales.

    State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC) 2015, Gold Coast: Gold Coast: Urban Research Program at Griffith University on behalf of the Australian Cities Research Network.


      'Culture matters: an analysis of ethnic segregation and congregation in Sydney, Australia using centrographic method', Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools. Conference, Bendigo, Vic.