Henry Stewart Publications: Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal
The Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal is the leading journal for professionals and researchers in city and town regeneration, development, planning and management. To subscribe, please see details at the bottom of this post.
Articles and Case Studies scheduled for the new 2015 – 16 volume of Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal Volume 9 – consisting of four quarterly 100-page issues – include:
EU structural funds and local growth for urban regeneration
Carol Sweetenham, Deputy Director of the European Regional Development Fund, Department for Communities and Local Government, UK Government
Using new markets tax credits and other federal tools to promote economic growth in local communities, Rosie Rios, Treasurer of the United States, U.S. Department of the Treasury
The dangers and difficulties of being a regeneration practitioner, Andrew Dakin, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Regeneration Excellence Wales
Housing need, demand and demographic trends, Nick Gallent, The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London
Funding integrated territorial development: the role of the European investment bank in supporting European policies, Brian Field, Eugenia Kazamaki Ottersten and Maria K. Sioliou, The European Investment Bank
Delivering homes: funding, land availability and development capacity, Jeremy Barkes, Group Chief Executive, First Property Group
Urban governance, public space and urban regeneration in Moscow, Brian Evans, Partner, Gillespies
Traditional or experiential places? Exploring research needs and practitioner challenges in the management of town centres beyond the economic crisis, Andres Coca-Stefaniak, University of Greenwich and Shanaaz Carroll, Chief Executive Officer (Interim), Association of Town & City Management
Can local retail foster neighborhood revitalisation? A review of the literature, Maria Beltran, Adjunct Instructor, School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation, University of Maryland
Retailers need to focus on retail technology to drive footfall, Gavin Ray, SVP, Marketing and Products, ip.access
Place-based leadership: a new perspective on urban regeneration, Robin Hambleton, Director of Urban Answers and Professor of City Leadership, Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environment, University of the West of England
The new Mt. Eden: regenerating the West Bronx, New York, Carol Lamberg, former Executive Director, Settlement Housing Fund, New York City
Location and environmental practices, Peter Heath, Technical Director, Public Realm, Atkins Global and Paul Reynolds, Urban Design Principal, Atkins Global
Exploring urban transformations: synchronic discourse analysis in the field of heritage conservation and urban development, Heike Overmann, Georg-Simmel-Zentrum für Metropolenforschung, Humboldt-Universität Berlin
Institutional mechanisms, Jonathan Manns, Director, Planning, Colliers International and Dr Nikolaos Karadimitriou, The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London
Greenways in Europe: Opportunities for recycling railways in Spain,
Carmen Blasco Sánchez, Professor, Francisco Martínez Pérez, Professor, Ana Ma Gascón Hernández and Julia Deltoro Soto, ETSA València
Urban-vernacular walk-ups: Mapping form, spaces, and technology in an urban private housing typology in Dhaka, Dilshad Rahat Ara, Assistant Professor, Architectural Engineering, United Arab Emirates University and Mamun Rashid, Assistant Professor, Architectural Engineering, University of Sharjah
Heathrow garden city, Heather Cheesbrough, Assistant Director, Strategic Planning, Regeneration and Economic Development, London Borough of Hounslow
The role of infrastructure, Paul Buchanan, Partner, Volterra
Urban sustainability in practice: Insights from the Veneto region,
Laura Fregolent, Professor and Carla Tedesco, University IUAV of Venice
Space design marketing for urban regeneration in the UK through regional space assets, Sungsine Pak, Professor of Architecture & Building Engineering, Kunsan National University.
Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal is only available by paid subscription. Volume 9 costs $365 (US/Can), £230 (Europe) £245 (rest of the world) and includes four 100 page issues in both print.
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