Volume 6 (2012-13)

Each volume of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 6 were:

Volume 6 Number 4 - Special issue on austerity era regeneration: Conceptual issues and practical challenges

  • Attracting city centre investment in a difficult economic climate: A new approach to the regeneration of Wolverhampton city centre
    Charles Green, former Strategic Director, Education and Enterprise, Wolverhampton City Council
  • Should cities pursue City Deals, LEP growth strategies or Whole Place Community Budgets in pursuit of growth?
    David Marlow, Chief Executive, Third Life Economics
  • Neighbourhood regeneration in an age of austerity? Transferable lessons from the case of Braunstone, Leicester
    Kevin Broughton, Research Fellow, Nigel Berkeley, Director and David Jarvis, Deputy Director, SURGE, Coventry University
  • Post-regeneration: Succession and sustainability
    Peter Richmond, Chief Executive, Castle Vale Community Housing Association
  • Small actions — big change: Delivering regeneration in the age of austerity
    Imelda Havers, Owner, Bluefish Regeneration and Board Member, Yorkshire Housing Group
  • Rethinking scale in territorial development strategic interventions: Towards an area-based focus?
    Greg Lloyd, Professor of Urban Planning, University of Ulster and Leonie Janssen-Jansen, Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam
  • Building community capacity under ‘austerity urbanism’: Stimulating, supporting and maintaining resident engagement in neighbourhood regeneration in Manchester
    Iain Deas, Co-Director, Centre for Urban Policy Studies, University of Manchester and Jennifer Doyle, Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Central Lancashire
  • ‘Regeneration’ in a time of austerity will mean the death of this metaphor, but what will come next?
    Alan Southern, University of Liverpool
  • From a framework to a toolkit: Urban regeneration in an age of austerity
    Lee Pugalis, Senior Lecturer, Urban Theory & Practice and David McGuinness, Senior Lecturer in Urban Regeneration and Planning, Northumbria University


Volume 6 Number 3

  • The future of the High Street: A tale of two record shops
    James Brown, Director, Powell Dobson Urbanists
  • The Community Infrastructure Levy: The unresolved issues for regeneration
    Simon Ricketts, Partner & Head of Planning and Environment and Meeta Kaur, Associate, SJ Berwin
  • Town centres in Scotland: A new direction under devolution
    Ian Davison Porter, Director, Business Improvement Districts Scotland
  • Challenges in district management in Japanese city centres: Establishing independent business models using local resources
    Miki Yasui, Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, Hosei University and Hitoshi Kinoshita, Founder and CEO, Area Innovation Alliance
  • Thinking beyond the event: The legacy impact of the FIFA 2010 soccer World Cup on South African cities
    Lael Bethlehem, Director REI Development Management (Property Investment), Standard Bank and Former CEO, Johannesburg Development Agency
  • Defining sustainable communities: The development of a toolkit for urban policy
    Eduarda Marques da Costa, Associate Professor, João Fumega, Researcher and Ana Isabel Louro, Researcher, Institute Of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Lisbon
  • Building the ‘Morocco’ brand as a tourist destination: The role of emigrants and institutional websites
    Fatimazohra El aouni, Mohammed V University, Rosalía Cascón-Pereira, Lecturer and Ana Hernández-Lara, Senior Lecturer, Rovira i Virgili University
  • Getting on their bikes? The labour market as a driver of residential mobility decisions of residents in deprived neighbourhoods
    Paul Hickman, Professor of Housing and Regeneration, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University
  • Mobilising community participation and engagement: The perspective of regeneration professionals
    Ryan Woolrych, Research Fellow, Simon Fraser University and Judith Sixsmith, Professor, University of Northampton


Volume 6 Number 2 - special issue on regenerating and rebranding the High Street

  • Editorial: High Street regeneration and rebranding
    Eddie Bridgeman, Director, Meanwhile Space
  • The challenges of attracting investment back to the High Street
    Mark Teale, Head of UK Retail Research, CBRE
  • How the High Street can adapt to online shopping trends
    James Miller, Lead Consultant, Retail and Property, Experian
  • What can high streets learn from shopping malls?
    Lee Newham, Partner, Good People
  • High Street regeneration and rebranding: Pushing Portas further - Life beyond the butcher, baker and candlestick maker
    Julian Dobson, Director, Urban Pollinators
  • Creating opportunities from empty space
    Emily Berwyn, Director, Meanwhile Space
  • Business rates: An enlightened approach to economic and social value?
    Dan Gregory, Independent Advisor, Common Capital
  • How ‘meanwhile’ came to the High Street
    Jess Steele, Director of Innovation, Locality
  • Managing High Street change through ‘silliness’
    Roger Hartley, Director, Bureau of Silly Ideas
  • Regeneration in Devonport: New insights into community, participation and empowerment
    David Nixon, University of Exeter and Marc Gardiner, Founder, Zebra Co-operative Devonport
  • Assessing the effectiveness of the Townscape Heritage Initiative in regeneration
    Alan Reeve, Oxford Brookes University and Robert Shipley, University of Waterloo, Canada


Volume 6 Number 1

  • Editorial: Successful cities in the age of austerity
    Andrew Tallon, Senior Lecturer in Urban Policy Geography and Environmental Management, University of the West of England
  • The role of Local Economic Assessments in the new political and economic climate and their relationship with Local Enterprise Partnerships
    Lee Pugalis, Senior Lecturer, University of Northumbria and Jon Carling, Chief Executive, Commission for Rural Communities
  • Self-renovating neighbourhoods: Unlocking resources for the new regeneration
    Jess Steele, Director of Innovation, Locality
  • Housing renewal in England: Where do we go from here?
    Chris Couch, Professor and Matthew Cocks, Research Assistant, Liverpool John Moores University
  • Renovating more, better and more effectively: Lessons learned from the Danish ‘Renovation on the Agenda’ initiative
    Lars Axelsen, Managing Director, Danish Landowners Investment Foundation and Henrik Bang, Head of Secretariat, Danish Association of Construction Clients
  • Learning the lessons of property-led regeneration: Maximising the employment legacy of major physical developments
    Alexander McTier, Research Fellow, Andrea Glass, Deputy Director and Alan McGregor, Director, Training and Employment Research Unit, University of Glasgow
  • Brownfield redevelopment versus greenfield investment: Is Serbia on the way to integrated land management?
    Ana Peric and Marija Maruna, Assistant Professor, University of Belgrade
  • City development under the constraints of complexity and urban governance: A case study on systems modelling and ‘syntegration’ to the city of Fürth
    Harald A. Mieg, Professor and Fritz-Julius Grafe, Researcher,Georg-Simmel Center for Metropolitan Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin