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Credibility without legitimacy? Informal development in the highly regulated context of the United Kingdom (2019)
Journal Article
McClymont, K., & Sheppard, A. (2020). Credibility without legitimacy? Informal development in the highly regulated context of the United Kingdom. Cities, 97, 102520. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2019.102520

© 2019 Elsevier Ltd As the first contribution in this Special Issue's section on “informality in developed contexts”, this paper explores notions of legality, legitimacy and credibility in the United Kingdom (UK). By drawing on credibility theory, th... Read More about Credibility without legitimacy? Informal development in the highly regulated context of the United Kingdom.

Community-led housing and health: a comprehensive literature review (2019)
Report
Griffin, E., McClymont, K., Carmichael, L., & Marsh, R. (2019). Community-led housing and health: a comprehensive literature review. Power to Change

This report examines existing literature on the relationship between community-led housing (CLH) and health and wellbeing, with a particular focus on identifying what evidence is available and where future research may further strengthen this knowled... Read More about Community-led housing and health: a comprehensive literature review.

‘Do we really want these changes?’ Power, conflict, and ‘best practice’ in community planning (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Sheppard, A., McClymont, K., & Croft, N. (2019, July). ‘Do we really want these changes?’ Power, conflict, and ‘best practice’ in community planning. Paper presented at AESOP, Venice

This research was a collaborative project between Up Our Street (https://upourstreet.org.uk/) and the Department of Geography and Environmental Management, UWE funded and supported by the Community University Partnership Initiative, which is part of... Read More about ‘Do we really want these changes?’ Power, conflict, and ‘best practice’ in community planning.

Spaces of secular faith? Shared assets and intangible values in diverse, changing communities (2019)
Journal Article
McClymont, K. (2019). Spaces of secular faith? Shared assets and intangible values in diverse, changing communities. Implicit Religion, 21(2), 142-164. https://doi.org/10.1558/imre.37013

In the current political climate, questions of shared identities, inclusive communities and public spaces are of utmost urgency. Compounded by the context of austerity, the value and purpose of public spaces is under question. This paper argues that... Read More about Spaces of secular faith? Shared assets and intangible values in diverse, changing communities.

Planners of the future, planning for the future? (2019)
Journal Article
Hickman, H., McClymont, K., & Sheppard, A. (2019). Planners of the future, planning for the future?

This article considers the potential mismatch between the aspirations of planners in education and the realities of practice.