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Just a selection of the peer-reviewed articles scheduled for publication in Volume 11 of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal - consisting of four quarterly 100-page issues - includes:

  • Charting a way forward: Key factors in applying sustainability to infrastructure
    Mahesh Ramanujam, President and CEO, US Green Building Council
  • Can refugees provide the impetus for urban regeneration? Economic integration, social networks and well-being in Peshawar, Pakistan
    Ammar A Malik, Edward Mohr and Yaswein Irvin-Erickson, Urban Institute
  • New Life to a Fairer Scotland: Exploring 25 Years of Scottish Regeneration Policy Mechanisms
    Derek Rankine, Policy and Participation Manager, SURF – Scotland’s Regeneration Forum
  • Tough Task for Developers: Providing Millennial Housing to End Social Ineptitude and Isolation
    Martin Ditto, President and CEO, Ditto Residential
  • Stimulating local economic growth and strengthening the UK’s international competitiveness
    Sir Richard Leese, Leader of the Council, Manchester City Council
  • The future of parking and parking infrastructure investment
    Dennis Burns, CAPP Regional Vice President, Kimley-Horn
  • Priorities for fostering and retaining a world-class creative talent pool
    Robert Earnshaw, Director, DigitalCity
  • Insights from the (Y)our city centre project
    Graham Ross, Partner, Austin-Smith:Lord
  • Making local economies more resilient
    Bev Hurley, Chief Executive, YTKO Group
  • Regeneration of place for social health equality
    Euan Hall, Chief Executive, The Land Trust
  • Creating public assets from brownfields: A comparison of policies and practices in the United States and Germany
    Zeenat Kotval-K , Cassi Meitl, and Zenia Kotval, School of Planning Design and Construction, Michigan State University
  • Urban regeneration and social innovation: The role of community based organisations in the railway station area in Padua, Italy
    Elena Ostanel, Department of Design and Planning in Complex Environment, University of Venice
  • The potential implication of the Eko Atlantic City Project on urban regeneration in Lagos City
    Emeka Amakihe, Aalto University, Finland
  • Gentrification and urban design in the urban fabric of Rotterdam
    Paul Stouten, Delft University of Technology
  • The urban fabric of Al Zubarah city: Unveiling an urban regeneration vision for modern urbanism in Qatar
    Albandari Al-Harami, Qatar University and Raffaello Furlan, Griffth University, Australia
  • Empowering the social infrastructures of deteriorated areas in urban regeneration
    Media Hakim, and Fatemeh Roshanali, Department of Art and Architecture, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran/ Department of Art and Architecture, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
  • Socio-physical characteristics of neighbourhoods and its relationship on sense of community in poor residential neighbourhoods in Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria
    Dayo Ayoola, Department of Architecture, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria
  • Augmented locality: The utilisation of urban screens in public places as new networks of the city
    Ali Cheshmehzangi, and Paul Ornsby, University of Nottingham, Ningbo China/University of Nottingham, UK
  • Emerging social-spatial polarisation within the housing market in Colombo, Sri Lanka
    N. Chandrasiri Niriella, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • Gentrification of the inner city – The case of Christchurch prior to the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011
    John McDonagh, Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand

 

A selection of in-depth peer-reviewed articles scheduled for publication in Volume 10 of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal - consisting of four quarterly 100-page issues - includes:

  • Why Detroit matters?
    Betsy Jackson, President, The Urban Agenda and Margaret A. Leary, Freelance writer and Librarian Emerita, University of Michigan Law School
  • Housing and transport
    Richard de Cani, Head of Planning, UKMEA, Arup
  • Crowdfunding regeneration: More than an alternative model of finance
    Michelle Warbis, Qualitative Researcher, Greater London Authority
  • Brexit - opportunities and challenges for economic growth
    Andy Rumfitt, Director of Economic Development, AECO
  • Inhabiting the town centre
    Ian Davison Porter, Director, Business Improvement Districts Scotland
  • Developing multifamily housing for millennials
    Martin Ditto, Ditto DC
  • The impact of the latest changes on the planning sector
    Carol Clarke, Head of Planning and Engagement, TEM Property
  • Social housing need and provision
    Dr. Orna Rosenfeld, Senior Housing Expert, Forests, Land and Housing Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
  • Temporary and temporality: Public realm regeneration through temporary events
    A. Cheshmehzangi, Urbanist and Urban Designer, University of Nottingham
  • Developing a conceptual framework for assessing the socio-economic benefits of regeneration projects in UK
    J. Akotia, Lecturer, Kingston University, A. Opoku, Senior Lecturer, London South Bank University, C. Edbu, Professor, London South Bank University and C Fortunem, Professor, Glyndwr University
  • How to brand Lagos through culture using a place branding model – a theoretical contribution
    A. Amakihe, Aalto University, Finland
  • New approaches to growth planning at larger-than-local scales
    L. Pugalis, Professor, University of Technology, Sydney, A. Townsend, Chair, North East Research and Information Partnership, N. Gray, Doctoral Researcher, Newcastle Business School, and A. Ankowska, Doctoral Researcher, Newcastle Business School
  • Urban regeneration policies in Spain within the new URBANA European initiative (2007-2013): Towards a public policy model
    R. Merinero Rodríguez, Professor, University Pablo de Olavide of Seville, Huete García, M.A., Professor, University Pablo de Olavide of Seville and R. Muñoz Moreno, Researcher and PhD Student, University Pablo de Olavide of Seville
  • Potentials and challenges of brown field development for urban regeneration in Dhaka context: A case of Hazaribagh Tannery Area
    N. Islam, University of Asia Pacific (UAP), Dhaka and Esa Abrar Khan, N.M., Director, D.zignscape Consultants Ltd
  • Community participation and sustainable investment in city projects: The Berlin Water Consumer Stock Ownership Plan
    I.J Lowitzsch, Professor, Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt
  • Urban regeneration and urban fabrics in Australian cities
    G. Thomson, Curtin University, P. Newton, Professor, Curtin University
  • The impacts of e-commerce on cities: Nascent responses in Germany
    J. Gerend, The Governance and Sustainability Lab, Universität Trier
  • Sustainable urban regeneration and large estate projects: International market- driven regeneration and sustainability
    C. Trillo,  March Programme Director, University of Salford

And a selection of the 34 peer-reviewed articles published in Volume 9 - still available and also consisting of four 100-page issues - include:

  • Delivering homes: Funding, land availability and development capacity
    Jeremy Barkes, Group Chief Executive, First Property Group
  • The dangers and difficulties of being a regeneration practitioner
    Andrew Dakin, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Regeneration Excellence Wales
  • Housing need, demand and demographic trends
    Nick Gallent, The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London
  • EU structural funds and local growth for urban regeneration
    Carol Sweetenham, Deputy Director of the European Regional Development Fund, Department for Communities and Local Government, UK Government
  • Using new markets tax credits and other Federal tools to promote economic growth in local communities
    Rosie Rios, Treasurer of the United States, U.S. Department of the Treasury
  • Funding integrated territorial development: The role of the European Investment Bank in supporting European policies
    Brian Field, Eugenia Kazamaki Ottersten and Maria K. Sioliou, The European Investment Bank
  • Making urban places attractive to women: Differences that good design can make
    David Feehan, President, Civitas Consultants LLC
  • Developing multifamily housing for millennials
    Martin Ditto, President/CEO, Dittodc.Com
  • Urban governance, public space and urban regeneration in Moscow
    Brian Evans, Partner, Gillespies
  • Howard and Hall: Practical utopians?
    Dr Nicholas Falk, Founder and Director, URBED
  • An Interview with Fred Kent, Founder and President, Project for Public Spaces
    Elizabeth Jackson, President, The Urban Agenda Inc.
  • Traditional or experiential places? Exploring research needs and practitioner challenges in the management of town centres beyond the economic crisis
    Andres Coca-Stefaniak, Senior Lecturer in Events and Destination Management, University of Greenwich and Shanaaz Carroll, Chief Executive Officer (Interim), Association of Town & City Management
  • Can local retail foster neighborhood revitalization?  A review of the literature
    Maria Beltran, Adjunct Instructor, School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation, University of Maryland
  • Retailers need to focus on retail technology to drive footfall
    Gavin Ray, SVP, Marketing and Products, ip.access
  • Place-based leadership: A new perspective on urban regeneration
    Robin Hambleton, Director of Urban Answers and Professor of City Leadership, Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environment, University of the West of England
  • The new Mt. Eden: Regenerating the West Bronx, New York
    Carol Lamberg, former Executive Director, Settlement Housing Fund, New York City
  • Location and environmental practices
    Peter Heath, Technical Director, Public Realm, Atkins Global and Paul Reynolds, Urban Design Principal, Atkins Global
  • Exploring urban transformations: Synchronic discourse analysis in the field of heritage conservation and urban development
    Heike Overmann, Georg-Simmel-Zentrum für Metropolenforschung, Humboldt-Universität Berlin
  • Institutional mechanisms
    Jonathan Manns, Director, Planning, Colliers International and Dr Nikolaos Karadimitriou, The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London
  • Greenways in Europe: Opportunities for recycling railways in Spain
    Carmen Blasco Sánchez, Professor, Francisco Martínez Pérez, Professor, Ana Ma Gascón Hernández and Julia Deltoro Soto, ETSA València
  • Urban-vernacular’ walk-ups: Mapping form, spaces, and technology in an urban private housing typology in Dhaka
    Dilshad Rahat Ara, Assistant Professor, Architectural Engineering, United Arab Emirates University and Mamun Rashid, Assistant Professor, Architectural Engineering, University of Sharjah
  • Heathrow Garden City
    Heather Cheesbrough, Assistant Director, Strategic Planning, Regeneration and Economic Development, London Borough of Hounslow
  • The role of infrastructure
    Paul Buchanan, Partner, Volterra
  • Urban sustainability in practice: Insights from the Veneto region
    Laura Fregolent, Professor and Carla Tedesco, University IUAV of Venice
  • Space design marketing for urban regeneration in the UK through regional space assets
    Sungsine Pak, Professor of Architecture & Building Engineering, Kunsan National University