Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal

Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal is the essential peer-reviewed journal for all researchers and professionals concerned with physical, economic and social regeneration of urban communities. In addition to research studies, it publishes in-depth articles and real world case studies on the latest strategy, policy making and current and best practice in the field.

Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal is listed and indexed in Scopus and Cabell's Directories of Publishing Opportunities.

Guided by its expert Editor and Editorial Board, each quarterly 100-page issue does not publish advertising but rather in-depth articles written by and for urban regeneration professionals analysing current and best practice in the planning, consultation, funding, delivery and long-term management of regeneration programmes, as well as the latest policy making, developments and research in the field. As such, its authoritative articles cover practical topics including:

  • Raising and structuring finance for regeneration
  • Selecting investment and development partners
  • Marketing and branding
  • Planning
  • Economic development
  • Encouraging inward investment
  • Delivering regeneration projects on schedule and on budget
  • Reinvigorating town centres and the high street
  • Leveraging arts, cultural and heritage
  • Improving access to employment
  • Housing and regeneration
  • Major infrastructure projects and regeneration
  • Tourism
  • Leases, rents and rating issues
  • Case studies of major regeneration projects
  • Urban/community planning

Essential reading for all those with an interest in urban regeneration strategy, policy making, planning and delivery including Chief Executives, Chairman, Managing Directors, Directors, Project Managers and Senior Managers of:

  • Regeneration
  • Urban regeneration
  • Planning
  • Economic development
  • Housing
  • Town centre management
  • Tourism and marketing
  • Urban planning

Based at:

  • City, local and regional government
  • Central government
  • Economic development agencies
  • Regeneration partnerships
  • Business improvement districts
  • Town and city centre management companies
  • Urban regeneration companies
  • Tourism agencies
  • Retail and leisure operators
  • Housing associations
  • Property and land investment companies
  • Property developers
  • Surveyors
  • Think tanks; as well as
  • Regeneration and planning consultancies
  • Banks and funding bodies
  • Academics and business schools



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