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 4 (Summer 2019)

  • Editorial
    Andrew Tallon
  • The Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway story
    David M. Feehan, President, Civitas Consultants
  • The next steps in growing the UK’s creative industries
    Erin MacDermott, Policy Specialist, Creative England
  • alt.cmd: Everyday innovation for London’s future
    Simon Pitkeathley, Chief Executive, alternative.camden
  • Riverbank regeneration and the creation of open-air spaces shared by tourists and residents in Lisbon, Portugal
    José A. Torres, Lecturer, Department of Geography, Central Connecticut State University
  • Socio-cultural patterns embedded into the built form of Qatari houses: Regenerating architectural identity in Qatar
    Asmaa Saleh AL-Mohannadi and Raffaello Furlan, College of Engineering, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Qatar University
  • A critical study of urban regeneration and gentrification in Rasht, Iran
    Mona Taj Bakhsh and Jahanshah Pakzad, Shahid Beheshti (National) University of Iran
  • Identified priorities for smart urban regeneration: Focus group findings from the city of Port Louis, Mauritius
    Zaheer Allam, Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute
  • Book review: City power: Urban governance in a global age
    Reviewed by Nick Bailey, University of Westminster

Volume 12 Number 3 (Spring 2019)

  • Editorial
    Andrew Tallon
  • Opinion Piece: Revived or retired, the green belt must be rethought
    Jonathan Manns, Board Director and Head of Planning, Rockwell Property
  • Urban regeneration in Iran: Towards a better approach
    Ebrahim Jamshidzadeh, Master Expert and Seyed Ali Mafakherian, Mayor, Tehran Municipality District 9
  • Thames Estuary: The capital corridor
    Paul Carter, Leader, Kent County Council
  • Business improvement districts and the influence of historical community development: The Forest Avenue and South Shore BIDs of New York City
    Dan Ziebarth, Graduate Assistant, Fordham University Office of Research
  • Design of compact residential blocks for sustainable urban regeneration: Determination of consistent qualitative criteria
    Isabelle De Smet, Faculty, Architecture & Planning and David Laplume, Head of Department, Architecture & Planning, Mons University
  • Culture-led regeneration in a Persian historical city centre: A case study of the Karim Khan-e Zand Complex
    Sareh Najva, urban designer and architect and Hamid Mohammadi, Assistant Professor, Yazd University
  • Effect of building forms on energy consumption in coastal rural communities in Egypt
    Ibrahim Rizk Hegazy, Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, Wael Seddik Moustafa, Associate Professor of Architecture and Environmental Design and Mokhtar Hosny Akl, Assistant Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Mansoura University
  • Book review: Planning practice: Critical perspectives from the UK
    Reviewed by Hannah Hickman, Senior Research Fellow, University of the West of England
  • Book review: Housing politics in the United Kingdom: Power, planning and protest
    Reviewed by Tatiana Moreira de Souza, Oxford Brookes University

Volume 12 Number 2 (Winter 2018-2019)

  • Editorial
    Andrew Tallon
  • Food for thought, Issues to consider as the UK moves towards Brexit
    Andrew Maliphant, Project Manager, The Community Works
  • Strengthening downtown public spaces in our smaller communities 
    N. David Milder, Founder & President, DANTH
  • 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, Qatar & Dr Rafaello Furlan, Qatar University, Qatar
  • 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