Forthcoming content

Each volume of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. A selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies scheduled for publication in Volume 12 will be announced shortly.

Just a selection of the peer-reviewed articles published in Volume 11 of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal - still available - include:

  • 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
  • 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