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Governing urban regeneration in the UK: a case of ‘variegated neoliberalism’ in action? (2019)
Journal Article
Atkinson, R., Tallon, A., & Williams, D. (2019). Governing urban regeneration in the UK: a case of ‘variegated neoliberalism’ in action?. European Planning Studies, 27(6), 1083-1106. https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2019.1598020

© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. The article focuses on the redevelopment of previously developed land by public-private sector partnerships in three cities/towns in South-West England, two of which can be descr... Read More about Governing urban regeneration in the UK: a case of ‘variegated neoliberalism’ in action?.

Carnivals and regeneration (2007)
Journal Article
Tallon, A. (2007). Carnivals and regeneration. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, 76, 256-260

Bristol (2007)
Journal Article
Tallon, A. R., & Tallon, A. (2007). Bristol. Cities, 24(1), 74-88. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2006.10.004

Bristol is the sixth largest city in England and is one of eight 'core' cities. Bristol provides a particularly interesting example of a city which is currently relatively economically successful in the British context. However, there are pressures o... Read More about Bristol.

New populations in the British city centre: Evidence of social change from the census and household surveys (2007)
Journal Article
Tallon, A. R., Bromley, R. D., Bromley, R. D. F., Tallon, A., & Roberts, A. J. (2007). New populations in the British city centre: Evidence of social change from the census and household surveys. Geoforum, 38(1), 138-154. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2006.07.008

Encouraged by government policies to promote city centre living and to increase residential land use on brownfield sites, there has been considerable repopulation of the city centre. Through detailed small-area census analysis of Birmingham, Bristol,... Read More about New populations in the British city centre: Evidence of social change from the census and household surveys.

Developing leisure and cultural attractions in the regional city centre: A policy perspective (2006)
Journal Article
Thomas, C. J., Bromley, R. D., Tallon, A. R., Tallon, A., Bromley, R. D. F., Reynolds, B., & Thomas, C. J. (2006). Developing leisure and cultural attractions in the regional city centre: A policy perspective. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 24(3), 351-370. https://doi.org/10.1068/c0526

Smaller regional cities and former industrial cities throughout North America and Europe have experienced fundamental transformations of their economies over recent decades, and authorities have continually sought new functions for the postindustrial... Read More about Developing leisure and cultural attractions in the regional city centre: A policy perspective.

New ‘High Streets’ in the suburbs? The growing competitive impact of evolving retail parks (2006)
Journal Article
Bromley, R., Thomas, C., Thomas, C. J., Bromley, R. D. F., & Tallon, A. (2006). New ‘High Streets’ in the suburbs? The growing competitive impact of evolving retail parks. International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 16(1), 43-68. https://doi.org/10.1080/09593960500453484

Following the emergence of retail parks in the late 1970s in Britain, they have grown in number, scale and degree of retail specialisation. Some continue to form concentrations offering primarily ‘bulky goods’ shopping, while others have diversified... Read More about New ‘High Streets’ in the suburbs? The growing competitive impact of evolving retail parks.

City centre regeneration through residential development: Contributing to sustainability (2005)
Journal Article
Thomas, C. J., Tallon, A. R., Bromley, R. D., Bromley, R., Tallon, A., & Thomas, C. (2005). City centre regeneration through residential development: Contributing to sustainability. Urban Studies, 42(13), 2407-2429. https://doi.org/10.1080/00420980500379537

Following a discussion of recent policies for the city centre in Britain, the paper explores the contribution of residential development to aspects of sustainability, drawing on a range of survey evidence in Bristol and Swansea. The residents are fre... Read More about City centre regeneration through residential development: Contributing to sustainability.

City profile: Swansea (2005)
Journal Article
Tallon, A., Bromley, R. D. F., & Thomas, C. J. (2005). City profile: Swansea. Cities, 22(1), 65-76

Retail parks revisited: A growing competitive threat to traditional shopping centres? (2004)
Journal Article
Tallon, A. R., Bromley, R. D., Thomas, C. J., Thomas, C. J., Bromley, R. D. F., & Tallon, A. (2004). Retail parks revisited: A growing competitive threat to traditional shopping centres?. Environment and Planning A, 36(4), 647-666. https://doi.org/10.1068/a3683

Since the late 1970s retail parks have developed in the United Kingdom to become a substantial element of the process of retail decentralisation. From an early focus on 'bulky-goods' retailing, they have grown and evolved into a variety of unplanned... Read More about Retail parks revisited: A growing competitive threat to traditional shopping centres?.

Disaggregating the space-time layers of city-centre activities and their users (2003)
Journal Article
Thomas, C. J., Tallon, A. R., Bromley, R. D., Bromley, R. D. F., Tallon, A., & Thomas, C. J. (2003). Disaggregating the space-time layers of city-centre activities and their users. Environment and Planning A, 35(10), 1831-1851. https://doi.org/10.1068/a35294

Adopting a focus on both time and space, the authors aim to unpack the complexity of uses and users in the city centre. Evidence from Swansea reveals a stark twofold temporal division between a frequently visited daytime city and a much less frequent... Read More about Disaggregating the space-time layers of city-centre activities and their users.

Living in the 24-hour city (2002)
Journal Article
Tallon, A., & Bromley, R. D. F. (2002). Living in the 24-hour city. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, 71(11), 282-285