Forthcoming content

A selection of articles scheduled for Volume 15 of Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal includes:

  • Orange is the new color of city competitiveness: The role of local governments in promoting cultural and creative industries
    Sameh Naguib Wahba, Global Director for Urban, Disaster Risk Management, Resilience and Land Global Practice & Yuna Chun, Consultant, World Bank
  • Rethinking green urban development: Case studies from Beijing
    Markus Delfs, Head of Cluster Sustainable Transition – Infrastructure & Cities, Energy, Mobility, Waste, GIZ China
  • Opportunities for urban transport planning
    Nicholas Evans, Partner and Parliamentary Agent, BDB Pitmans LLP
  • Growing green and regenerative cities
    Stefan Schurig, Founder, Cities and Energy Consulting
  • The evolution of the European Union’s Urban Agenda and the morphology of the Pact of Amsterdam
    Brian G. Field, Senior Research Fellow, OMEGA Centre, Bartlett School of Planning, University College London & Jeroen P. R. Bakker, The Netherlands Enterprise Agency
  • The value of human capital in Green Deal-oriented smart cities
    Oliviero Casale, Chairman, UniProfesisoni brand MB Group, Italy
  • Virunga National Park: A possible governance model for Green Deal implementation in the Democratic Republic of Congo
    Alberto Corbino, President, Fondazione Cariello Corbino
  • Mayors and regeneration
    Richard Brown, Deputy Director, Centre for London
  • Enabling economic growth in London to reach neighbouring regions and across the UK
    Ciaran Gunne-Jones, Senior Director, Head of Economics, Lichfields UK
  • Insights from the (Y)our city centre project
    Graham Ross, Architect, Urban Designer, Planner, Chief Executive, Austin-Smith:Lord Ltd.
  • Quality of life and demographic-racial dimensions of differences in most liveable Pittsburgh
    Sabina Deitrick & Christopher Briem, University Center for Social and Urban Research, University of Pittsburgh
  • U.S. urban and regional planning history, theory and partnerships for a new century: Lessons from the early 2000s
    Carlos Basas, Independent researcher
  • Negotiating a negative past in the reuse of historic prisons
    Carolyn Gibbeson, Senior Lecturer in Real Estate, Department of the Natural and Built Environment, Sheffield Hallam University & Sarah Gill, Graduate Surveyor, BNP Paribas Real Estate
  • Bottom-up regeneration in Italy: A case study of Novara
    Elisabetta Genovese, University of Piemonte Orientale, Department of Economics and Business Studies
  • Tracing the path to retail gentrification: Insights from Marvila, Lisbon
    Pedro Porfírio Coutinho Guimarães, Centre for Geographical Studies, Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, Lisbon University
  • The social injustice of urban regeneration initiatives in the Johannesburg inner city
    Mudzunga Neluheni, Researcher, Human Science Research Council, Pretoria and Brian Boshoff, Senior Lecturer, School of Architecture and Planning, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
  • Assessing the outcomes of area-based initiatives using neighbourhood sustainability assessment tools: The case of Groruddalen
    Eli Foss, Wiam Samir and Mansoor Sadiq, Master’s degree students, Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment, University of Cambridge & Judith Plummer Braeckman, Senior Research Associate, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, University of Cambridge
  • Digital transformation and cities: How Covid-19 has boosted a redesign of urban spaces
    Maria Nicola Buonocore, Mattia De Martino & Chiara Ferro, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II 
  • Public space and the green city: Conflictual narratives of the superblock programme in Poblenou, Barcelona
    Lluis Frago, Lecturer, University of Barcelona & Teresa Graziano, Lecturer, University of Catania
  • Smart cities and sustainability in urban transport: Strategic directions for the metropolitan city of Naples
    Stefania Palmentieri, Researcher, University of Naples