Volume 4 (2010-11)

Each volume of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 4 were:

Volume 4 Number 4: Special Issue - Transforming cities in an age of austerity

  • Guest Editorial: Regeneration - The perfect storm
    Clive Dutton, Executive Director of Regeneration, Planning & Property, London Borough of Newham
  • Art and culture in regeneration: Tate Modern, Bankside and London
    Nicholas Serota, Director and Donald Hyslop, Head of Regeneration and Community, Tate Galleries
  • Smart urbanism: Making massive small change
    Kelvin Campbell, Managing Director, Urban Initiatives
  • Shaping better cities
    Terry Hill, Chair, Transport Market, Arup
  • Urban regeneration and the creative knowledge economy: The case of 22@ in Barcelona
    Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Barcelona and Josep Miquel Piqué, CEO, 22@Barcelona
  • Meanwhile structures
    Alex de Rijke, Founding Director and Sadie Morgan, Founding Director, dRMM
  • High-density living in the Asian context
    Jason Pomeroy, Director, International Design Practice, Broadway Malyan
  • A new healthy city
    Michael Parker, Chairman, King’s College Hospital, London
  • Remixing excess capacity
    Robin Chase, CEO, Meadow Networks
  • Localism - call it the Y factor: The Gaeltacht Quarter and the East End have got talent, so Y not use it?
    Seán Mitchell, Managing Partner, Mitchell-Kane
  • Interwhile uses
    Eric Reynolds, Founding Director, Urban Space Management
  • Communicating the dream
    Peter Murray, Chairman, Wordsearch
  • Accidental expert: Experiments in sustainable restaurants and food retailing
    Arthur Potts Dawson, Professional Chef


Volume 4 Number 3

  • Editorial: Remaking regeneration
    Jon Coaffee, Chair in Spatial Planning, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, University of Birmingham
  • Sub-national economic development: Where do we go from here?
    Lee Pugalis, Economic Strategy Manager, Durham County Council and Director, County Durham Economic Partnership
  • ‘Money’s too tight to mention’? Urban regeneration in a recession and beyond: The case of Oxford
    Juliet Carpenter, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Brookes University
  • Poverty, power and policy dilemmas: Lessons from the community empowerment programme in England
    John P. Houghton, Principal Consultant, Shared Intelligence and Toby Blume, Chief Executive, Urban Forum
  • Green real-estate funds in German regeneration: A challenging merger of economy and sustainability
    Thomas Beyerle, Head of Global Research, Aberdeen Property Investors
  • Recognising ownership in regeneration: Developing a mutual neighbourhood
    Rob Rowlands, Lecturer, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, University of Birmingham
  • From house to home: Residents’ perceptions of housing modernisation
    Aimee Walshaw, Researcher, Sheffield Hallam University
  • Underrated localism in urban regeneration: The case of Liverpool, a shrinking city
    Chris Couch and Matthew Cocks, Liverpool John Moores University


Volume 4 Number 2

  • Editorial: Learning from the past to inform future regeneration practice
    Jon Coaffee, Chair in Spatial Planning, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, University of Birmingham
  • Integrated evaluation of regeneration plans
    Dalia Lichfield, Senior Partner, Lichfield Planning
  • Local Area Agreements as a tool for addressing deprivation within UK cities
    Alexander Nurse, Researcher, Department of Civic Design, University of Liverpool and Simon Pemberton, Senior Lecturer in Public Policy, University of Keele
  • Transforming disconnected suburban spaces into major urban centres
    Jason Beske, Senior Planner, William Ebel, Director of Planning and Development Services and Leslie Karr, Planning Manager, City of Overland Park, Kansas
  • Participatory budgeting: Adults and young people making investments in their communities
    Jez Hall, The Participatory Budgeting Unit, Church Action on Poverty
  • Knowledge transfer in regeneration: Is it feasible and can the community benefit?
    Udi Engelsman, Strategic Analyst, Arena Housing Group and Alan Southern, Senior Lecturer, University of Liverpool Management School
  • Reflecting on the role of social innovation in urban policy
    Nicola Headlam, Research Fellow, Centre for Urban Policy Studies and Stephen Hincks, Lecturer in Spatial Planning, University of Manchester
  • Regenerating through collaborative innovation: The changing role of universities in urban and regional regeneration
    Lorraine Johnston, Lecturer, Newcastle Business School


Volume 4 Number 1

  • Editorial: Remaking regeneration
    Jon Coaffee, Chair in Spatial Planning, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, University of Birmingham
  • Environmentally led regeneration: Challenges and opportunities of green infrastructure
    Sophie Churchill, Chief Executive and Simon Evans, Chief Officer, Land Use, National Forest Company
  • Addressing the skills gap in regeneration and economic development in Cumbria
    Frank Peck, Professor of Regional Economic Development, Flo Bell, Research Fellow, Centre for Regional Economic Development, University of Cumbria and Lucy Black, Programme Manager, Cumbria Improvement and Efficiency Partnership
  • Could emerging China and India resuscitate the UK’s high streets?
    Alyas Khan, Founding Director and CEO, Emica Consulting
  • Redevelopment of vacant land in the blighted neighbourhoods of Cleveland, Ohio, resulting from the housing foreclosure crisis
    Dennis Keating, Professor of Urban Planning and Law, Cleveland State University
  • ‘Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom’: Enhancing innovative practice in regeneration management
    Mike Rowe, Lecturer, Public Management, University of Liverpool Management School and Christina Ashworth, Director, Ci2i Renewal
  • Ageing in the neighbourhood: Creating caring communities and increasing liveability in Dutch neighbourhoods
    Gerard Heins, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen
  • Five scalar challenges and barriers to innovative practice in regeneration management
    Paul Benneworth, Principal Researcher, Center for Higher Education Policy Studies, University of Twente
  • Applicability of land readjustment in urban regeneration in Hong Kong
    Yung Yau and Ching Yin Cheng, City University of Hong Kong