Volume 13 (2019-20)

Each volume of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal consists of four 100-page issues published in both print and online. Articles and case studies published in Volume 13 are below. 

Volume 13 Number 4 (Summer 2020)

  • ‘Towns left behind’: regeneration beyond the cities post-UK Election
    Andrew Tallon, Editor
  • Practitioner papers: How Local Industrial Strategies are helping shape the UK’s economic recovery
    Mark Bretton, Chair, Hertfordshire LEP/LEP Network
  • Growing closer: Reflections on the future of visitor accommodation and the city
    Jonathan Manns, Board Director, Head of Planning and Development, Rockwell
  • Cities and the climate and ecological emergency: The Liverpool City Region response
    Mark Boyle, Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, University of Liverpool, et al.
  • The future of the profession: An analysis of the challenges facing the next generation of planners
    Aude Bicquelet-Lock, Deputy Head of Policy and Research and Judith Taylor, Higher Education Supervisor, Royal Town Planning Institute
  • Academic papers: Loss of traditional industry and a state of urban decay in small-scale industrial cluster: A case study of Bhagalpur, Bihar, India
    Shadab Hassan Khan, Assistant Professor, University Institute of Architecture, Chandigarh University
  • Urban regeneration through the territorialisation of social policies: Findings from the Microareas Programme in Trieste, Italy
    Lorenzo De Vidovich, PhD., Politecnico di Milano
  • Networks among local residents and housing developments in Korea
    Sungjin Yun, Postdoctoral Researcher and Kabsung Kim, Professor, Yonsei University
  • Enhancing urban local community identity in Iran based on perceived residential environment quality
    Mojtaba Valibeigi, University of Victoria, et al.
  • Book review: A Research Agenda for Housing
    Reviewed by Ruth Lucas, University of Sheffield

Volume 13 Number 3 (Spring 2020) - Special Issue: Improving Urban Regeneration and Renewal Outcomes by Engaging an Urban Psychology

Guest-editors: Mark Boyle, Chris Murray and Sue Jarvis

  • Editorial: Improving urban regeneration and renewal outcomes by engaging an urban psychology
    Mark Boyle, Director, Heseltine Institute of Public Policy, Practice and Place, University of Liverpool, Chris Murray, Director, Core Cities UK Group and Sue Jarvis, Deputy director, Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, University of Liverpool
  • Papers: Urban Regeneration 3.0: Realising the potential of an urban psychology
    Chris Murray, Director, Core Cities UK Group and Charles Landry, Fellow at Robert Bosch Academy
  • The emotional and psychological impacts of London’s ‘new’ urban renewal
    Loretta Lees, Professor of Human Geography, University of Leicester and Phil Hubbard, Professor of Urban Studies, King’s College London
  • From ‘root shock’ to ‘Main Street’ for a biopsychosocial urban psychology
    Mindy Thompson Fullilove, Professor of Urban Policy and Health, The New School
  • Urban regeneration and the mental health and well-being challenge: In support of evidence-based policy
    Rhiannon Corcoran, Professor of Psychology and Public Mental Health, University of Liverpool
  • From the couch to the concrete: How psychotherapy can help build healthy cities
    Sarah Niblock, Chief Executive, UK Council for Psychotherapy
  • Neuroscience, urban regeneration and urban health
    Araceli Camargo, Lead Scientist, Elahi Hossain, Lead Researcher, Sarah Aliko, Lead Computational Neuroscientist, Daniel Akinola-Odusola, Lead Data Scientist and Josh Artus, Lead Urban Strategist, Centric Lab
  • Urban psychology and British cities: Do personality traits matter for resilience to recessions?
    Harry Garretsen, Professor of International Economics and Business, Janka Stoker, Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change, Dimitrios Soudis, Data Scientist, Center for Information Technology, Ron Martin, Professor of Economic Geography, University of Cambridge and Fellow at St Catharine’s College, Jason Rentfrow, Reader in Personality and Individual Differences, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge and Fellow at Fitzwilliam College
  • Enhancing collective happiness in the city: Felicitas publica and the availability of relational goods
    Helena Águeda Marujo, Associate Professor, Luís Miguel Neto, Assistant Professor and Mafalda Casais Researcher, University of Lisbon
  • Place-making in support of preventative public health: Lessons arising from NHS England’s Healthy New Towns project
    Julia Thrift, Director, Town and Country Planning Association
  • The English planning system, the built environment and preventative mental healthcare: Identifying gaps in alignment and promoting integration
    James McGowan, Urban Planner and Robert Qi, Doctoral Student, University of Liverpool

Volume 13 Number 2 (Winter 2019-20)

  • Editorial: Inclusive growth and urban regeneration
    Andrew Tallon
  • Practitioner papers: England’s overlooked neighbourhoods: Defining, understanding and regenerating ‘left behind’ communities
    Margaret Bolton, Policy Director, Rob Day, Policy Assistant and Matt Leach, CEO, Local Trust
  • Smart cities need smart main street centres
    Stephen Sully, Secretary, Mainstreet Australia
  • The power of vision, leadership and consensus: Downtown Des Moines transformation 1980–2019
    David M. Feehan, Civitas Consulting and Patricia Zingsheim, Architecture and Urban Design Consultant
  • Supporting the cultural offer in England’s towns
    Paul Bristow, Director, Strategic Partnerships, Arts Council England
  • Town & City Management Paper: The transformation of the city of Najaf, Iraq: Analysis, reality and future prospects
    Sabeeh Lafta Farhan, Assistant Professor and Vice Chancellor, Wasit University, Ihsan Abbas Jasim, Assistant Professor and lecturer, Wasit University, and Sohaib Kareem Al-Mamoori, Researcher, Academic and Civil Engineer, University of Kufa College of Urban Planning
  • Academic papers: Urban streets and social interactions in ‘third places’: The urban regeneration of Al Wakrah Old Souq (State of Qatar)
    Najeeba Kutty and Raffaello Furlan, College of Engineering, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Qatar University
  • The reconstruction of Zonouz historical bazaar: A case study
    Hassan Khalili Zonouz, Faculty of Architecture, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
  • Book review: Western capitalism in transition: Global processes, local challenges
    Reviewed by Federico Camerin, City Planner, Early Stage Researcher, European Joint Doctorate ‘urbanHIST’

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’