Anna Minton is a writer based in London.
Minton is the author of Big Capital: Who is London For? and Ground Control: Fear and Happiness in the 21st Century City, and a co-editor and contributor to Regeneration Songs: Sounds of Investment and Loss from East London. She is a Reader in Architecture at University of East London and program leader of the school’s multidisciplinary Master of Research in Architecture, “Reading the Neoliberal City,” which investigates the impact of spatial policies on urban environments. Between 2011-14 she was the 1851 Royal Commission for the Great Exhibition Fellow in the Built Environment. She is a regular contributor to the Guardian.