Forthcoming content

A selection of peer-reviewed articles scheduled for publication in the new volume, Volume 13 - Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal, which consists of four quarterly 100-page issues are listed below.

This volume will include a special issue devoted to Why Urban Psychology, Why Now? which will be guest-edited by Chris Murray (CEO Core Cities UK), Mark Boyle (Director of the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, UK) and Sue Jarvis (Deputy Director of the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, UK).

  • Is there a role for culture in rebalancing the UK economy?
    Chris Murray, Director, Core Cities UK
  • The How storytelling can help transform the image of a city and unite a city to work together for urban revitalisation
    Aaron Foley, Chief Storyteller, City of Detroit
  • The future of the Northern Powerhouse and priorities for growing the economy in the North of England
    Henri Murison, Director, The Northern Powerhouse Partnership
  • Priorities for city region deals in Scotland
    Scott M., Cities Team, Scottish Government
  • Transforming a midwestern downtown based on a vision
    David Feehan, President, Civitas Consulting LLC
  • Felicitas Public, urbanization and the availability of relational goods: Impacts on wellbeing
    Helena Águeda Marujo and Miguel Neto, World Happiness Summit & Lisbon University
  • From the couch to the concrete: How psychotherapy can help build healthy cities
    Sarah Niblock, CEO, UK Council for Psychotherapists
  • Using neuroscience in urban regeneration
    Araceli Camargo, co-Founder, CentricLab
  • Urban Regeneration 3.0: Psychology, person, place
    Chris Murray, Director, Core Cities UK and Charles Landry, Founder, Comedia
  • Growing together: Some reflections on the future of hotels in the City of London
    Johnathan Manns, Board Director, Rockwell
  • An identification of the neighbourhood renewal process in Tehran: Case study: Khoob-Bakht Neighbourhood, Tehran, Iran
    Andalib, A., University of Tehran and Hajialiakbari, K., Shahid Beheshti University
  • Urban street and social interactions in third places: The urban regeneration of Al Wakrah Old Souq (state of Qatar)
    Kutty, N. and Furlan, R., College of Engineering, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Qatar University
  • The Reconstruction Concept case of Zonouz Historical Bazaar
    Hassan Khalili Zonouz, Department of Architectural Theories and Conservation, Faculty of Architecture, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
  • Functional transformation of the former ice-making factory in Edirne, Karaagac
    Nevnihal Erdogan, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Kocaeli University
  • Historic city centres: Reality and prospects for the future analysis of the transformation of the city of An-Najaf
    Farhan, S. et al., Wasit University, Iraq
  • Adoption of Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process (FAHP) for assessment of urban regeneration and renewal development proposals
    Ibrahim Rizk Hegazy, Associate Professor of Urban Planning & Design, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Environmental Design, King Abdulaziz University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Mansoura University, Egypt
  • Neighbourhood in transition – Exploring the Ottoman heritage of Sarajevo
    Salkanovic, D., Erna Husukic and Emina Zejnilovic, Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Department of Architecture, International Burch University
  • Loss of traditional industry and a state of urban decay in small scale industry cluster: The Case of Bhagalpur, Bihar, India
    Shadab Hassan Khan, School of Architecture, A.P.Goyal Shimla University
  • How does the city of Philadelphia attract new housing?
    John F. McDonald, University of Illinois at Chicago and Jeffrey Carroll, Chestnut Hill College
  • Strategic demolition for shrinking and shrunken cities: A case study from Buffalo, NY, USA
    Jason Knight and Russell Weaver, Department of Geography and Planning, SUNY Buffalo State