Volume 9 (2015-16)

Each volume of Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in Volume 9 are:

Volume 9 Number 1

  • Editorial: Brownfield regeneration and housing supply in the UK
    Andrew Tallon, Editor, Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, University of the West of England
  • Clive Dutton OBE (1953-2015)
    Andrew Tallon, Editor, Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, University of the West of England
  • Place-based leadership: A new perspective on urban regeneration
    Robin Hambleton, Director of Urban Answers, Professor of City Leadership, Centre for Sustainable Planning & Environments, University of the West of England
  • The new Mt. Eden
    Carol Lamberg, previously Executive Director, Settlement Housing Fund, New York City
  • Traditional or experiential places? Exploring research needs and practitioner challenges in the management of town centres beyond the economic crises
    Andres Coca-Stefaniak, Senior Lecturer, Events & Destination Management, University of Greenwich, Shanazz Carrol, Chief Executive (Acting), Association of Town & City Management, UK
  • Can local retail foster neighbourhood revitalisation? A review of the literature
    Maria Beltrán, School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation, University of Maryland
  • Exploring urban transformations: Synchronic discourse analysis in the field of heritage convservation and urban development
    Heike Oevermann, Georg-Simmel-Center for Metropolitan Studies at the Humboldt Universität, Berlin, Harald Mieg, Researcher, University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam
  • 'Urban-vernacular' walk-ups: Mapping form, spaces and technology in an urban private housing typology in Dhaka
    Dilshed Ara, Assistant Professor of Architectural Engineering, United Arab Emirates University, Mamun Rashid, Assistant Professor of Architectural Engineering, University of Sharjah
  • Space design marketing for urban regeneration in the UK through regional space assets
    Sungsine Pak, Professor of Architecture and Building Engineering, Kunsan National University
  • Book review: Planning Chicago; By D. Bradford Hunt and Jon B. DeVries
    Reviewed by Angus Kennedy Community Regeneration Partnership, Editorial Board Member, Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal
  • Book review: How to Save Our Town Centres: A Radical Agenda for the Future of High Streets; By Julian Dobson
    Reviewed by Nicholas Falk, Founder director of URBED

Volume 9 Number 2

Special Issue: Sociable cities in the 21st century

  • Editorial: Sociable cities in the 21st century
    Jonathan Manns, Colliers International, and Nikos Karadimitriou, University College London
  • Lead comment: Howard and Hall: Practical utopians?
    Nicholas Falk, URBED
  • Special issue Papers
  • Revisiting the land issue
    Duncan Bowie, University of Westminster
  • Over-investment, global capital and other drivers of England’s housing crisis
    Nick Gallent, University College London
  • Our common estate: Planning for land in large-scale urban development
    Nikolaos Karadimitriou, University College London and Jonathan Manns, Colliers International
  • Transport, land use and economics
    Paul Buchanan, Volterra Partners
  • New Heathrow Garden City: Early proposals and visioning
    Heather Cheesbrough, Hounslow Council
  • Garden cities, Sterling Ranch and sustainable urban development in the American West
    Dean Saitta, Kyle Cascioli and Ron Throupe, University of Denver
  • Unsociable cities? The lessons of English planning reform
    Hugh Ellis, Town and Country Planning Association
  • Additional Paper
  • Greenways in Europe: Opportunities to recycle the railways in Spain (Valencia)
    Carmen Blasco Sánchez, Francisco Martínez Pérez, Ana Mª Gascón Hernández and Julia Deltoro Soto, ETSA

Volume 9 Number 3

  • Editorial
    Andrew Tallon, Editor, Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, University of the West of England
  • Interview: Zealous nut: A conversation with Project for Public Spaces founder Fred Kent
    Betsy Jackson, The Urban Agenda, Inc.
  • Practice papers
  • Funding integrated territorial development: The role of the European Investment Bank in supporting European policies
    Brian Field, Eugenia Kazamati Ottersten and Maria K. Sioliou, European Investment Bank
  • Making urban places attractive to women: Differences that good design can make
    Stefani Danes, Remaking Cities Institute
  • Town and city management paper
  • Effects of area-based heritage management on demolition by neglect: Comparing rates in historic urban boroughs
    Galen Newman, Texas A & M University
  • Academic papers
  • (Urban) sustainability in practice: Insights from the Veneto region
    Laura Fregolent and Carla Tedesco, Univeristy of Venice
  • New urbanism, tourism and urban regeneration in Eastern Lisbon, Portugal
    José A. Torres, University of Connecticut
  • The social cost of upgrading informal settlements in Butuan City, Philippines
    Catherine Roween C. Almaden and Kresna D. Navarro, Xavier University
  • Book reviews
  • Sustainable Cities: Governing for Urban Innovation
    Reviewed by Matthew Cook, The Open University
  • Global Suburbs: Urban Sprawl from the Rio Grande to Rio de Janeiro
    Reviewed by Gary Ferguson, Downtown Ithaca Alliance

Volume 9 Number 4

  • Editorial
  • Studentification and the rise of the student housing market
    Andrew Tallon, Editor, Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal & Senior Lecturer in Urban Policy, University of the West of England
  • Papers
  • Why Detroit matters: Part 1
    Betsy Jackson, President, The Urban Agenda and Margaret A. Leary, Freelance writer and Librarian Emerita, University of Michigan Law School
  • Sunshine Rising: The revitalisation programme for Sunshine Town Centre, Melbourne, Australia
    Stephen Sully, Executive Officer, Positioning, Brimbank City Council
  • Add water and they will come? Demographic assessment of place-based canal-oriented development
    Stephen Buckman, Assistant Professor of Urban Planning, University of South Florida and Abeer Hamdan, Professor of Geosciences, Phoenix College
  • From urban renewal to urban regeneration: Classification criteria for urban interventions. Turin 1995–2015: evolution of planning tools and approaches
    Giulia Marra, Michela Barosio, Enrico Eynard, Cristina Marietta, Matteo Tabasso and Giulia Melis, Politecnico di Torino
  • Event branding, image reconstruction and urban regeneration: A case study of Liverpool as the 2008 European Capital of Culture
    Yi-De Liu, Director and Associate Professor of the Graduate Institute of European Cultures and Tourism, National Taiwan Normal University
  • The Aspire Zone in Doha: A post-occupancy evaluation of the long-term legacies of the 2006 Asian Games
    Simona Azzali, Architecture and Urban Planning, Qatar University
  • Civic action and urban shrinkage: Exploring the link
    Maja Ročak Researcher, NEIMED Centre of Expertise on Demographic Change, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Gert-Jan Hospers, University of Twente and Nol Reverda, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences
  • Book review
  • Metropolitan Governance in America
    Reviewed by Robin Boyle, Professor, Department of Urban Studies and Planning Wayne State University