In 2010 the RIBA Stephen Williams Scholarship was awarded to Henry Fisher, who received funding to complete his Part 2 studies at the University of Bath during the academic year 2010/11.
His research paper was on urban food production in industrially-developed countries such as the UK. Contemporary thought on creating a sustainable future for an ever increasing urban population focused a great deal on how best to provide food for cities. Literature on urban agriculture primarily presented the environmental and social benefits, at the expense of a clearer understanding of the financial implications. Henry's work investigated the economic potential in greater detail, proposing strategies that could be implemented to promote the adoption of a regulatory framework for urban agriculture in the West.