Forthcoming content

Articles published and scheduled for Volume 17 of Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal include:

  • Lessons for levelling up from Germany’s efforts to regenerate the Ruhr and the former GDR
    Dr Fiona Hill, Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution
  • Devolution, levelling up and place; Where Do We Go Next? Experience of North East England
    Dr Henry Kippin, Chief Executive, North of Tyne Combined Authority & Dr Sean Kippin, Lecturer in Politics, University of Stirling 
  • Inclusive entrepreneurship in downtowns and urban districts
    Cathy Lin, AICP, Director of Research, International Downtown Association, Brett Roler, Senior VP, Planning & Development, Downtown Memphis Commission,  Val Beerbower, Program Manager, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses, Sinclair Community College, & Bobby Boone, Founder & Chief Strategist, &Access
  • More than housing: The critical role of housing and homelessness NGOs in responding to the conflict in Ukraine
    Patrick Duce, Programme Lead, Homelessness, World Habitat
  • Seeking a sustainable future for US business districts
    Haila R. Maze, Principal Urban PlannerBolton & Menk
  • Metrics of success: Measuring the effectiveness of BIDs and downtown district organisations
    Gary Ferguson, Former, Executive Director, Downtown Ithaca Alliance
  • Sustainable social housing regeneration in Ireland: A case study
    Cathal O’Connell, Professor in Social Policy, School of Applied Social Studies, University College Cork; Mark Cullinane, Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship holder, School of Media, TU Dublin; & Siobhan O’Sullivan, Lecturer in Social Policy, School of Applied Social Studies, University College Cork
  • Indifferent coexistence in Dortmund-Hörde: How upper-middle class newcomers and long-established working-class residents live side by side in a neighbourhood of contrasts
    Verena Gerwinat, Research Associate, Urban and Regional Sociology Research Group, Faculty of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund University
  • A review of COVID-19: Implications for Canadian cities to enhance well-being and resilience
    Patricia MacNeil, Part-time lecturer, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Academic Coach, Athabasca University; Kam Jugdev, Professor in the Faculty of Business, Athabasca University & Anshuman Khare, Professor in Operations Management, Athabasca University
  • Cold war landscapes to dissolve? The former Trieste Barracks in Casarsa della Delizia
    Federico Camerin, Post-doctoral fellow, Margarita Salas, Universidad UVA de Valladolid and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, DUyOT (GIAU+S); & Luca Maria Francesco Fabris, Associate Professor, BUCEA Distinguished Expert, DASTU, Politecnico di Milano and Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture (Beijing, China) 
  • Historic and current perspective of entrepreneurial culture in Hyderabad
    Fahmida Shaikh, Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture & Planning, NED University of Engineering and Technology & Moulana Din Mohammad, Karachi Sindh University
  • Promoting temporary reuse of brownfield sites for triggering urban transformation
    Stefania Tonin, Professor, Department of Architecture & Arts, University of Venice
  • Driving renovation: A comparative research project in urban regeneration across cities in China
    Fang Bin Guo, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Liverpool John Moores University; Emma Roberts, School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University; Xiaochun Zhan, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Liverpool John Moores University & Kevin Johnston, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Liverpool John Moores University
  • The role of public libraries in urban entrepreneurship
    Elizabeth Suchanic, Advisor, Inclusive Economic Development, New Growth Innovation Network, USA
  • Mixed-use urban redevelopment and the added-value economy: The case of Ghent, East Flanders
    Niloofar Amini, Faculty Member, Institute of Creativity and Innovation, China
  • Evolving role of place management organizations in bold placemaking
    Cathy Lin, AICP, Director of Research, International Downtown Association, Lisa Middag, Director of Public Space Engagement, Mpls Downtown Improvement District, Jennifer Nakayama, President and CEO, Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership, Evan Sweet, Director of Neighborhood Planning and Operations, Meatpacking District Management Association, & Gabriel Yeager, Director of Public Space Initiatives, Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21
  • Eco-tourism for sustainable growth in tribal areas of India: A case study
    Ipsita Dash, Lecturer, Department of Architectural Assistantship, Government Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar
  • Managing the urban environment – Potential and (un)sustainable practices in the Sava River area of Zagreb
    Jana Vukić, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Sara Ursić, Research Associate, Institute of Social Sciences, Ivo Pilar, Research Associate, Jelena Zlatar Gamberožić, Senior Research Associate, University of Zagreb
  • Changing the image of cities through the eyes of its users: A comparison of two neighbourhoods in close proximity in Istanbul
    Irem Tekin Yücesoy, Assistant Professor and Co-Head of department, Visual Communication Design Department, Yeditepe University; E. Ümran Topçu, Professor of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture and Design, İstanbul Bahcesehir University