Constance Uyttebrouck (°1988) started postdoctoral research at P.PUL in September 2021 to work on an Innoviris Prospective Research project about post-Covid housing supply in the Brussels Capital Region (NeW-BLIV). She holds a MSc in Architectural engineering (University of Liège, 2011) and a PhD in Architecture and Urban planning (University of Liège, 2020). Before starting her PhD, she worked for five years in the construction industry, first as an architect and then as a project engineer in energy and sustainability. Her PhD (2017-2020, FRIA Grant from the F.R.S.-FNRS) was about the ontologies and governance of ‘live-work mix’ in Amsterdam, Brussels and Stockholm. As part of her doctoral research, she spent three months at the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (invited by Prof. Ellen van Bueren – co-promotor, TU Delft) and three months at the Urban and Regional Studies department of the KTH Royal Institute of Technology (invited by Prof. Hans Westlund – member of the thesis jury, KTH). Her primary research interests lie in the governance of housing provision in cities.