Volume 12 (2018-19)

Each volume of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues, published in print and online. The articles recently published in Volume 12:

Volume 12 Number 2 (Winter 2018-2019)

  • Food for thought 
    Andrew Maliphant, Project Manager, The Community Works 
  • Strengthening downtown public spaces in our smaller communities 
     N. David Milder, Founder & President, DANTH, Inc. 
  • Delivering creative clusters & stimulating local economic growth: Collaboration, leadership and addressing regional disparities in Coventry & Warwickshire 
    Sarah Windrum, Co-founder, The Emerald Group 
  • Revitalisation of a small US city: Assessing potential gentrification impacts of Middletown, Connecticut's Renaissance 
    Timothy J. Garceau, Assistant Professor of Geography and Planning & Jake D Fusco, Central Connecticut State University 
  • The urban fabric of Al Zubarah city: Unveiling an urban regeneration vision for modern urbanism in Qatar 
    Albandari Al-Harami, College of Engineering, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Qatar University & Dr Rafaello Furlan 
  • From Silicon Valley to Vesuvius Valley: Dismantled industrial farms to knowledge and creativity hub in Naples, Italy 
    Stefano de Falco, Director, IRGIT 
  • The proposed redevelopment of multi-purpose community centres: The case of uBumbano Community Centre, uMlazi KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 
    Rosalinde Julia McCarthy, Durban University of Technology 

Volume 12 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2018)

  • Editorial
    Andrew Tallon 
  • London's elevation to a 'national park city': The Green Belt, space to build and sustainable transport 
    Alice Roberts, Head of Green Space Campaigns, Campaign to Protect Rural England 
  • Regeneration and growth in Outer London: Challenges and opportunities 
    Katrina Rattu, National Graduate Management Trainee, The London Borough of Bexley 
  • Estate-led regeneration: Camden's collaborative approach to creating sustainable, liveable and inclusive communities 
    Danny Beales, Cabinet Member, Investing in Communities & Labour Councillor, Cantelowes ward, London Borough of Camden 
  • Not always nice: The effect of a whole-life perspective on heritage and redevelopment 
    Carolyn Gibbeson, Lecturer in Real Estate in the Department of the Natural and Built Environment at Sheffield Hallam University 
  • Segregated districts: Problems and potentials: Urban design and planning principles to make more liveable and cohesive segregated districts 
    Fatemah Torabi Kachousangi, Urbanist and Urban Designer 
  • Tracing the cityscape transformation under capitalism: The case study of Amman 
    Bushra Zalloom, Assistant Professor, Zarqa University, Jordan 
  • Re-envisioning public housing in Egypt. A social approach: The case of Hurghada City 
    Hatem Diab, Assistant Lecturer at the Faculty of Urban and Regional Planning, Cairo University & Noha Ahmed Abd El Aziz, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Urban and Regional Planning, Cairo University
  • Book review: Global cities and urban theory 
    Reviewed by Federico Camerin
  • Shopping towns Europe: Commercial collectivity and the architecture of the shopping centre, 1945–1975
    Reviewed by Federico Camerin