Volume 5 (2011-12)

Each volume of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 5 were:

Volume 5 Number 4 - Special issue on regeneration and the role of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

  • The Olympic objective: Inspiring people
    Sir Robin Wales, Mayor of Newham
  • Managing the legacy of the London 2012 Games for its surrounding communities
    Charlie Forman, Chief Officer, Olympic and Paralympic Games Unit, London Borough of Hackney
  • Managing the meanwhile: Making things happen while others are making plans
    Clive Dutton, Executive Director for Regeneration, Planning and Property, London Borough of Newham and Deborah Armstrong, Creative Director, Shangri La/London Pleasure Gardens
  • Transport planning for the London 2012 Olympic Games
    Peter Hendy, Commissioner, Transport for London
  • Regeneration and the role of the London 2012 Olympic Games
    Shaun McCarthy, Chair and Emma Synnott, Sustainable Cities Expert, Commission for a Sustainable London 2012
  • From defence closures to Olympic legacy: The regeneration of former naval/MOD sites in South Dorset
    Simon Williams, Head, Weymouth and Portland 2012 Operations
  • Setting the context for Olympic legacy: A metropolitan masterplan for Stratford
    Kelvin Campbell, Managing Director, Urban Initiatives
  • An overview of Tax Increment Financing
    Graham Squires, Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England
  • Time for TIF? The prospects for the introduction of Tax Increment Financing in the UK from a local authority perspective
    Paul Greenhalgh, Hannah Furness, Adam Hall


Volume 5 Number 3

  • Editorial: Urban regeneration: Back to the 1980s?
    Andrew Tallon, Senior Lecturer in Urban Policy, University of the West of England
  • A new model to deliver housing: Delivering a large project at Barton, Oxford
    Andrew Ludiman, Director, Jones Lang La Salle and Stephen Sorrell, Partner, Eversheds
  • Best practices in waterfront renewal : Case study of Montijo, Portugal
    Diana Almeida, Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Lisbon
  • De-risking transport-oriented development regeneration
    Simon Huston, Property Lecturer, Sébastien Darchen and Emma Ladouceur, Queensland Business School
  • The governance of economic regeneration in England: Emerging practice and issues
    Lee Pugalis, Senior Lecturer in Urban Theory and Practice, Northumbria University
  • Modes of transport, basic amenities and wellbeing: Findings from Delhi City
    Vikram Dayal, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi University (et al)
  • A review of urban waterfront regeneration in global Asian port cities and the sustainability of their development
    Grant Giblett, Course Director, Architectural Studies and Swinal Samant, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Nottingham


Volume 5 Number 2

  • Editorial: Enterprise Zones are back
    Sir Peter Hall, Bartlett Professor of Planning and Regeneration, University College London
  • Enterprise Zones: Do they create or transfer value?
    Simon Wainwright, Managing Director, J Peiser Wainwright Real Estate Advisers
  • The rates benefits of the new Enterprise Zones
    James Thompson, Drivers Jonas Deloitte
  • The new wave of Enterprise Zones
    Philip Cox, Director, Local Economies, Regeneration and European Programmes, Department for Communities and Local Government
  • Case Study: Discovery Park - The East Kent Enterprise Zone
    Chris Cobbold, Director, DTZ Consulting
  • Redeveloping a vibrant riverfront in Washington, DC/ The Capitol Riverfront
    Michael Stevens, Executive Director, Capitol Riverfront BID, Washington DC
  • Places in common
    Bernard Spiegal, Director, Playlink
  • Socially responsible property investment in urban regeneration: Priorities and behaviours of institutional investors in practice
    Graham Squires, Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England and Jari Moate, Investment and Regeneration Consultant
  • Creativity, urban regeneration and sustainability: The Bordeaux case study
    Assunta Martone and Marichela Sepe, Institute for Service Industry Research, National Research Council


Volume 5 Number 1

  • Editorial: Changing times
    Andrew Tallon, Senior Lecturer in Urban Policy, University of the West of England
  • Look before you LEP
    Lee Pugalis, Senior Lecturer in Urban Theory and Practice, Northumbria University
  • Big society, small locality: From sweet dreams to hard reality
    Dalia Lichfield, Senior Partner, Lichfield Planning
  • Facilitating ‘light’ social interactions in public space: A collaborative study in a Dutch urban renewal neighbourhood
    Gwen van Eijk, Visiting Fellow, University of Oxford and Radboud Engbersen, Program Director, SEV Housing Experiments Steering Group
  • Urban rejuvenation through collective (en bloc) sales in Singapore: Property rights or property wrongs?
    Alice Christudason, Associate Professor, Department of Real Estate, National University of Singapore
  • Improving urban regeneration in the UK: Lessons from the developing world
    Raphael Heffron and Paul Haynes, Research Fellow, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge
  • Identifying skills needs for improving the engagement of young communities in the Housing Market Renewal process: A case study of neighbourhood facilities in Blackburn
    Rozilah Kasim, Senior Lecturer, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia