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The cultural ecosystem services of waste repositories (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Sinnett, D., & Williams, K. (2014, September). The cultural ecosystem services of waste repositories. Paper presented at UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference

This paper presents a new typology of waste repositories as a means of assessing the cultural ecosystem services of such sites in the United Kingdom. The potential ecosystem services provided by waste repositories are dependent on many factors includ... Read More about The cultural ecosystem services of waste repositories.

Brownfield development: Are we using the right targets? Evidence from England and Germany (2007)
Journal Article
Ganser, R., & Williams, K. (2007). Brownfield development: Are we using the right targets? Evidence from England and Germany. European Planning Studies, 15(5), 603-622. https://doi.org/10.1080/09654310600852654

Urban brownfield sites are a major planning concern across Europe, and most European countries have strategies to reuse them. In England and Germany, quantified targets for brownfield development have been set at the national level, with the twin obj... Read More about Brownfield development: Are we using the right targets? Evidence from England and Germany.

The extent and nature of sustainable building in England: An analysis of progress (2007)
Journal Article
Williams, K., & Lindsay, M. (2007). The extent and nature of sustainable building in England: An analysis of progress. Planning Theory and Practice, 8(1), 31-49. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649350601158113

In England, the government has pursued an agenda for a more sustainable built environment for over a decade. Yet it is difficult to know how much progress has been made. This article presents the findings of research that attempts to quantify and des... Read More about The extent and nature of sustainable building in England: An analysis of progress.

A framework for assessing the sustainability of brownfield developments (2007)
Journal Article
Williams, K., & Dair, C. (2007). A framework for assessing the sustainability of brownfield developments. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 50(1), 23-40. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640560601048275

In England, the development of urban brownfield sites is a significant planning policy aimed at supporting urban regeneration and protecting the countryside. Brownfield sites are required, in policy, to be developed in a sustainable way. However, det... Read More about A framework for assessing the sustainability of brownfield developments.

Sustainable land reuse: The influence of different stakeholders in achieving sustainable brownfield developments in England (2006)
Journal Article
Dair, C. M., Dair, C. M., & Williams, K. (2006). Sustainable land reuse: The influence of different stakeholders in achieving sustainable brownfield developments in England. Environment and Planning A, 38(7), 1345-1366. https://doi.org/10.1068/a37370

The UK government has made the sustainable reuse of land a strong policy aim in its sustainable development and planning strategies. However, in this paper we present research into recent urban brownfield redevelopments in England that shows that man... Read More about Sustainable land reuse: The influence of different stakeholders in achieving sustainable brownfield developments in England.