Forthcoming content

A selection of articles about to be published and scheduled for Volume 14 of Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal includes.

  • Insights from the (Y)our city centre project
    Graham Ross, Architect, Urban Designer, Planner & Executive Director, Austin-Smith Lord
  • Volunteers in service to America: Warriors for the poor and victims of COVID-19
    David M. Feehan, President, Civitas Consultants LLC
  • Remote work: An example of how to identify a downtown-related trend breeze that probably will outlast the Covid 19 crisis
    N. David Milder, Founder and President, Danth
  • What explains the housing boomlet in the city of Philadelphia?
    John F. McDonald, Emeritus Professor, University of Illinois and Adjunct Professor, Temple University and Jeffrey N. Carroll, Assistant Professor, Chestnut Hill College
  • What makes friendly communities in Egypt?
    Ibrahim Rizk Hegazy, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Mansoura University, Egypt
  • Strategic demolition for shrinking and shrunken cities: A case study from Buffalo, NY, USA
    Jason Knight, Associate Professor, SUNY Buffalo State and Russell Weaver, Director of Research, Cornell ILR
  • Smart urbanism in historical occurrences and recurrences: An evolutionary perspective between critical and progressive factors
    Stefano De Falco, Director of IRGIT - Research Institute on the Geography of Territorial Innovation, Professor of Geography of Innovation, University of Naples
  • Negotiating a negative past in the reuse of historic prisons
    Carolyn Gibbeson, Senior Lecturer in Real Estate, Sheffield Hallam University and Sarah Gill, Graduate Surveyor, BNP Paribas Real Estate
  • Tracing the path to retail gentrification: Insights from Marvila, Lisbon
    Pedro Porfírio Coutinho Guimarães, Centre for Geographical Studies, Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, Universidade de Lisboa
  • Bottom-up regeneration in Italy: A case of the medium-sized city of Novara
    Elisabetta Genovese, Researcher, University of Piemonte Orientale - DISEI
  • The search for identity in a global world: The case of Doha in Qatar
    Djamel Boussaa, Assistant Professor, Deema Alattar and Sara Nafi, Qatar University
  • Quality of life and demographic-racial dimensions of differences in most liveable Pittsburgh
    Sabina Deitrick and Christopher Briem, University Center for Social and Urban Research, University of Pittsburgh
  • Understanding the conceptual and procedural framework for urban infill development
    Amirreza Farshchin, Faculty member, Academic Centre for Education and Raziyeh Ramezani, Assistant Professor, Azad University North/University of Kharazmi
  • From global to local: the case of migration and urban identity for regenerative city transformations
    Ali Cheshmehzangi, Head of Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Director of Centre for Sustainable Energy Technologies (CSET), The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
  • Local government interventions to stimulate industrial area intensification and co-location: Industrial urbanism
    Judith Atkinson, Strategic Director - Housing, Local Partnerships
  • Overcoming obstacles to planning major infrastructure projects
    Duncan Field, Partner, Town Legal LLP
  • The making of Meeniyan
    Stephen Sully, Development Professional, Planning by Design Pty
  • What is wrong with housing in Eastern Europe today?
    David Ireland, Chief Executive, World Habitat
  • The future of the Northern Powerhouse and priorities for growing the economy in the North of England
    Henri Murison, Director, The Northern Powerhouse Partnership
  • Next steps for standards, safety and improving stakeholder engagement in social housing
    Toby Lloyd, Independent housing policy consultant and Former No 10 special adviser
  • Priorities for city region deals in Scotland
    Morag Watt, Cities Team, Scottish Government