Multi-user licences

  • Urban regeneration professionals – provide access to as many of your colleagues as you require
  • Universities and business schools – provide access to all your staff, academic faculty, students and walk-in users

Multi-user licenses are available to any organisation or university and enable you to provide access to the Journal’s online version to as many users as you wish. They permit full text, fully searchable electronic access to Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal via the internet or your intranet.

For details of pricing and for any other queries please contact us.

Licences can include access to just the current volume, Volume 9, which includes four quarterly 100-page issues, or Volume 9 plus the back issues from Volumes 1 to 8. These contain 254 peer-reviewed articles and case studies including those written by experts from:

  • Aberdeen Property Investors
  • Arup
  • Association of Town and City Management
  • Atlantic Gateway Partnership
  • Birmingham City Council
  • British Urban Regeneration Association
  • Business Improvement Districts Scotland
  • CBRE
  • Castle Vale Community Housing Association
  • Centre for Cities
  • Centre for Local Economic Strategies
  • Charlestown and Lower Kersal New Deal for Communities, Salford
  • City of Bakersfield
  • City of Freiburg
  • City of Lisbon
  • City of London Corporation
  • City of Malmö
  • Commission for a Sustainable London 2012
  • Commission for Rural Communities
  • County Durham Economic Partnership
  • Coventry City Council
  • Cumbria Improvement and Efficiency Partnership
  • Department of Communities and Local Government
  • Drivers Jonas Deloitte
  • DTZ Consulting
  • East Oxford Action
  • East Renfrewshire Council
  • European Investment Bank
  • Experian 
  • Glasgow Centre for Population Health
  • Halton Borough Council
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Homes and Communities Agency
  • HS2
  • Improvement Districts Scotland
  • King Sturge
  • KPMG
  • Leeds City Council
  • Liverpool Vision
  • London Borough of Hackney
  • London Borough of Newham
  • MIDAS, Manchester’s Investment Development Agency Service
  • National BIDs Advisory Service
  • Newcastle City Council
  • Scotland’s Towns Partnership 
  • SJ Berwin
  • Standard Bank
  • SURF
  • Tate Galleries
  • The Danish Landowners Investment Fund
  • Transport for London
  • Yorkshire Housing Group