Volume 13 (2019-20)

Each volume of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues.

Articles and case studies published so far in Volume 13 are below. Article scheduled to be published in Volume 13 are available to view on the 'Forthcoming content' page.

Volume 13 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2019)

  • Editorial: Urban and regional inequalities and imbalances
    Andrew Tallon
  • Opinion piece: Seaside regeneration and place campaign
    Lord Steve Bassam, UK Labour peer
  • Is there a role for culture in rebalancing the UK economy?
    Chris Murray, Director, Core Cities UK
  • Sustained innovation: How to systematically innovate using the power of interactions in an urban context
    Stephanie Akkaoui Hughes, Founder & CEO, AKKA Architects
  • An identification of the neighbourhood renewal process in Tehran: Case study — Khoob-Bakht neighbourhood, Tehran, Iran
    Alireza Andalib, Associate Professor, Department of Planning, Faculty of Art and Architecture, Islamic Azad University, Tehran and Kaveh Hajialiakbari, CEO, UROT
  • Functional transformation of the former ice-making factory in Edirne, Karaağaç, Turkey
    Nevnihal Erdoğan, Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Kocaeli, Turkey
  • Adoption of fuzzy analytical hierarchy process for assessment of urban regeneration and renewal development proposals
    Ibrahim Rizk Hegazy, Associate Professor of Urban Planning & Design, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, King Abdulaziz University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Neighbourhood in transition: Exploring the Ottoman heritage of Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
    Erna Husukić, Associate Professor Doctor, Department of Architecture. International Burch University, Dalila Salkanović-Delić, Architect, Coning d.o.o. and Emina Zejnilović, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, International Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Book review: Handbook of Emerging 21st Century Cities
    Reviewed by Marie Howland, Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland, College Park, USA
  • Book review: Capital City: Gentrification and the Real Estate State
    Reviewed by Federico Camerin, City Planner & Early Stage Researcher, European Joint Doctorate ‘urbanHIST’