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Filtered and unfiltered permeability: The European and Anglo-Saxon approaches (2012)
Journal Article
Melia, S. (2012). Filtered and unfiltered permeability: The European and Anglo-Saxon approaches. PROJECT: Journal of the Department of Planning and Architecture, 4, 6-9

Unfiltered permeability refers to road layouts which provide equal permeability for all modes. Filtered permeability means separating the sustainable modes from private motor traffic in order to give them an advantage in terms of speed, distance and... Read More about Filtered and unfiltered permeability: The European and Anglo-Saxon approaches.

Doing more for less? Developing sustainable systems of social care in the context of climate change and public spending cuts (2012)
Journal Article
Evans, S., Hills, S., & Orme, J. (2012). Doing more for less? Developing sustainable systems of social care in the context of climate change and public spending cuts. British Journal of Social Work, 42(4), 744-764. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcr108

This article opens a debate on how to make social care in England more sustainable in the context of environmental, social and economic changes. Based on an innovative research project commissioned by the Department of Health through the Social Care... Read More about Doing more for less? Developing sustainable systems of social care in the context of climate change and public spending cuts.

Sharing or separation: Which way for streets of the future? (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Hamilton-Baillie, B., & Melia, S. (2012, May). Sharing or separation: Which way for streets of the future?. Presented at Sharing or Separation: Which way for streets of the future? A debate with Ben Hamilton-Baillie and Steve Melia, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

This debate will be of particular interest to transport planners, spatial planners, urban designers and anyone interested in the future of our streets and our towns and cities. The ‘shared space’ approach to street design has become very influenti... Read More about Sharing or separation: Which way for streets of the future?.

Managing air quality in the Niger delta (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Fagbeja, M., Hill, J., Chatterton, T., Longhurst, J., & Akinyede, J. (2012, May). Managing air quality in the Niger delta. Presented at Air Pollution XX, A Coruna, Spain

Neighbourhood accessibility and active travel (2012)
Journal Article
Barton, H., Horswell, M., & Millar, P. (2012). Neighbourhood accessibility and active travel. Planning Practice and Research, 27(2), 177-201. https://doi.org/10.1080/02697459.2012.661636

Neighbourhoods are advocated in UK planning policy in order to foster social capital, combat obesity and reduce transport greenhouse emissions. The new agenda of localism reinforces this move. Yet travel behaviour trends, and the continuing decline o... Read More about Neighbourhood accessibility and active travel.

Leaders and laggards in transport CO2 emissions: The challenges and outcomes of benchmarking sustainable urban transport systems across Europe (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Waygood, O., Chatterton, T., & Avineri, E. (2012, January). Leaders and laggards in transport CO2 emissions: The challenges and outcomes of benchmarking sustainable urban transport systems across Europe. Paper presented at The 44th Annual UTSG (The Universities' Transport Study Group) Conference, Aberdeen, UK

The transport sector represents roughly 18% of the CO2 emissions in the EU and is the only sector that has continued to increase emissions. As most people live and work in cities in the EU, it is important to identify the leaders and laggards with re... Read More about Leaders and laggards in transport CO2 emissions: The challenges and outcomes of benchmarking sustainable urban transport systems across Europe.

Conceptual model to explain turning points in travel behavior: Application to bicycle use (2012)
Journal Article
Chatterjee, K., Sherwin, H., Jain, J., Christensen, J., & Marsh, S. (2012). Conceptual model to explain turning points in travel behavior: Application to bicycle use. Transportation Research Record, 2322(2012/1), 82-90. https://doi.org/10.3141/2322-09

Existing knowledge on cycling behavior, as with travel behavior in general, is based mainly on cross-sectional studies. It is questionable how much can be learned about the reasons for behavioral change from such studies. A major investment program t... Read More about Conceptual model to explain turning points in travel behavior: Application to bicycle use.

Exploring the interactions between life events, neighbourhood choice and car ownership transitions: Insights from a retrospective longitudinal survey (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Clark, B., Lyons, G., & Chatterjee, K. (2012, January). Exploring the interactions between life events, neighbourhood choice and car ownership transitions: Insights from a retrospective longitudinal survey

A great deal has been written about the factors associated with cross-sectional variations in household car ownership. For example, observing that car ownership levels tend to increase with increasing distance from urban centres. However, much less h... Read More about Exploring the interactions between life events, neighbourhood choice and car ownership transitions: Insights from a retrospective longitudinal survey.

International perspectives on building capacity for planning and health (2012)
Journal Article
Bird, C., & Carmichael, L. (2012). International perspectives on building capacity for planning and health. PROJECT: Journal of the Department of Planning and Architecture, 4, 17-20

This paper looks at the integration of health into planning and planning curricula and what we have learnt from international practice in the context of the PLAN-ED (“Educating Planners for the New Challenges of Sustainability, Knowledge and Governan... Read More about International perspectives on building capacity for planning and health.

Time series information and pivotal events (2012)
Book Chapter
Chatterjee, K., & Dudley, G. (2012). Time series information and pivotal events. In D. Tarrant (Ed.), A New Look at Transport: With the Advantage of Hindsight. Ashgate

Architecture + Transgression (2012)
Book
Rice, L. (2012). L. Rice, D. Littlefield, R. Sara, & J. Burch (Eds.), Architecture + Transgression. Bristol: The Architecture Centre

The power of the image (2012)
Journal Article
Rice, L. (2012). The power of the image. Architectural Design, 82(1), 98-101. https://doi.org/10.1002/ad.1357

Designers have long used fantastical imagery as part of an urban regeneration process, here Louis Rice examines the legacy of the seminal image from the winning London Olympics bid.

Helping clinicians improve the health of their communities: The Beddoes Fellows Programme (2012)
Journal Article
Scally, G., Imitaz, J. A., Bethune, R. M., Young, A. E., Ward, W., Herzig, H. J., …Laugharne, R. A. (2012). Helping clinicians improve the health of their communities: The Beddoes Fellows Programme. Journal of behavioral health, 1(3), 167-171. https://doi.org/10.5455/jbh.20120506123015

The importance of prevention in medical practice has been recognised for well over a century. In recent years however, the amount of engagement in preventative medicine has lessened as consultants have been concentrating on achieving targets and the... Read More about Helping clinicians improve the health of their communities: The Beddoes Fellows Programme.

Integration of health into urban spatial planning through impact assessment: Identifying governance and policy barriers and facilitators (2012)
Journal Article
Carmichael, L., Barton, H., Gray, S., Lease, H., & Pilkington, P. (2012). Integration of health into urban spatial planning through impact assessment: Identifying governance and policy barriers and facilitators. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 32(1), 187-194. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eiar.2011.08.003

This article presents the results of a review of literature examining the barriers and facilitators in integrating health in spatial planning at the local, mainly urban level, through appraisals. Our literature review covered the UK and non UK experi... Read More about Integration of health into urban spatial planning through impact assessment: Identifying governance and policy barriers and facilitators.

Applying behavioural theories to studying the influence of climate change on young people's future travel intentions (2012)
Journal Article
Line, T., Chatterjee, K., & Lyons, G. (2012). Applying behavioural theories to studying the influence of climate change on young people's future travel intentions. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 17(3), 270-276. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2011.12.004

Transport policy in the UK is seeking to promote the development of low carbon transport technology and to encourage people to choose to use low carbon travel options. This paper draws on existing behavioural theories to study young people's travel b... Read More about Applying behavioural theories to studying the influence of climate change on young people's future travel intentions.