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Bristol Green Capital Partnership: An exemplar of reflexive governance for sustainable urban development? (2020)
Journal Article
Ersoy, A., & Hall, S. (2020). Bristol Green Capital Partnership: An exemplar of reflexive governance for sustainable urban development?. Town Planning Review, 91(4), 397-413. https://doi.org/10.3828/tpr.2020.23

The City of Bristol occupies a distinctive niche in the debate on sustainable urban futures. Bristol has witnessed, during the past two decades, the burgeoning of a participative, pluralist approach to the environment that culminated with the award o... Read More about Bristol Green Capital Partnership: An exemplar of reflexive governance for sustainable urban development?.

Characterizing and evaluating rival discourses of the ‘sustainable city’: Towards a politics of pragmatic adversarialism (2017)
Journal Article
Seigenuret, N., Griggs, S., Hall, S., Howarth, D., & Seigneuret, N. (2017). Characterizing and evaluating rival discourses of the ‘sustainable city’: Towards a politics of pragmatic adversarialism. Political Geography, 59, 36-46. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2017.02.007

© 2017 Elsevier Ltd For many, shifting economic and social contexts have created the conditions for a radical reappraisal of the orthodox image of the ‘sustainable city'. However, in assessing such potentialities, there is insufficient knowledge abou... Read More about Characterizing and evaluating rival discourses of the ‘sustainable city’: Towards a politics of pragmatic adversarialism.

Entre état et marche: Une brève histoire de la régénération urbaine en Angleterre (Between state and market : A brief history of urban regeneration in England) (2015)
Book Chapter
Hall, S. (2015). Entre état et marche: Une brève histoire de la régénération urbaine en Angleterre (Between state and market : A brief history of urban regeneration in England). In T. Kirszbaum (Ed.), En finir avec les banlieues? Le désenchantement de la politique de la ville, 117-129. Les Editions de l’aube

Balancing growth and sustainability in employment land provision: Institutionalist perspectives on the homogeneity of planning policy and practice in England (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Hall, S., & Smith, I. (2013, September). Balancing growth and sustainability in employment land provision: Institutionalist perspectives on the homogeneity of planning policy and practice in England. Paper presented at UK Ireland Planning Research Conference ‘Healthy Communities, Hopeful Places: In defence of planning’

Industrial closure, regional development and local planning: Multiple narratives of change from the experience of Longbridge, Birmingham (2013)
Journal Article
Hall, S. (2013). Industrial closure, regional development and local planning: Multiple narratives of change from the experience of Longbridge, Birmingham. Local Economy, 28(5), 499-511. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269094213483968

This article provides a critique of the policy response to the closure, in 2005, of the MG Rover factory in Longbridge, Birmingham. To date, the Longbridge 'narrative' has been dominated by the work of the Labour Government's MG Rover Task Force to s... Read More about Industrial closure, regional development and local planning: Multiple narratives of change from the experience of Longbridge, Birmingham.

Enterprise Zones and Zones Franches Urbaines: A critique of area-based fiscal incentives and regeneration in England and France (2013)
Journal Article
Chignier-Riboulon, F., & Hall, S. (2013). Enterprise Zones and Zones Franches Urbaines: A critique of area-based fiscal incentives and regeneration in England and France. Urban Research and Practice, 6(2), 123-139. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535069.2013.808434

This paper provides a critical commentary on area-based fiscal incentives and regeneration in Europe, focusing on Enterprise Zones (EZs) in Britain and zones franches urbaines (ZFUs) in France. It, thus, counters the trans-Atlantic comparative bias o... Read More about Enterprise Zones and Zones Franches Urbaines: A critique of area-based fiscal incentives and regeneration in England and France.

Lesson (un)learning in spatially targeted fiscal incentive policy: Enterprise Zones (England) and Empowerment Zones (United States) (2013)
Journal Article
Squires, G., & Hall, S. (2013). Lesson (un)learning in spatially targeted fiscal incentive policy: Enterprise Zones (England) and Empowerment Zones (United States). Land Use Policy, 33, 81-89. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2012.12.010

There is a need to learn lessons when using spatially targeted fiscal experiments if intervention is to generate wider developmental benefit. This paper focuses on the Enterprise Zone concept in the UK (1981-2007) and an exported variant to the US, t... Read More about Lesson (un)learning in spatially targeted fiscal incentive policy: Enterprise Zones (England) and Empowerment Zones (United States).

Planning for industrial closure: Lessons from the experience of Longbridge, Birmingham (2012)
Journal Article
Hall, S. (2012). Planning for industrial closure: Lessons from the experience of Longbridge, Birmingham. Urban Research and Practice, 5(1), 175-179. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535069.2012.656462

This article provides a case study of the policy response to the closure of the MG Rover car factory in Birmingham in 2005. This article records how this response evolved over time from one focused on regional industrial policy, built on a coalition... Read More about Planning for industrial closure: Lessons from the experience of Longbridge, Birmingham.

Resident participation in housing regeneration in France (2011)
Journal Article
Hall, S., & Hickman, P. (2011). Resident participation in housing regeneration in France. Housing Studies, 26(6), 827-843. https://doi.org/10.1080/02673037.2011.593127

The involvement of local residents in housing regeneration policy and practice has become a 'new orthodoxy' across Western Europe. This paper considers the experience of France, a country noted for its history of 'third sector' activism and innovativ... Read More about Resident participation in housing regeneration in France.

Localism and spatial planning: Lessons from France (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Devereux, M., & Hall, S. (2011, September). Localism and spatial planning: Lessons from France. Paper presented at UK – Ireland Annual Planning Research Conference ‘Planning Resilient Communities in Challenging Times’

Birmingham: Whose urban renaissance? Regeneration as a response to economic restructuring (2008)
Journal Article
Barber, A., & Hall, S. (2008). Birmingham: Whose urban renaissance? Regeneration as a response to economic restructuring. Policy Studies, 29(3), 281-292. https://doi.org/10.1080/01442870802159871

This paper draws together two traditionally distinct discourses that have dominated debates over urban policy responses to economic restructuring, deindustrialisation, major plant closures and the rise of the service and knowledge-based economy over... Read More about Birmingham: Whose urban renaissance? Regeneration as a response to economic restructuring.

Reconciling national, local and neighbourhood imperatives: Ambiguities and contradictions in the regeneration of social housing estates in London and Birmingham (2008)
Book Chapter
Hall, S., & Cunningham-Sabot, E. (2008). Reconciling national, local and neighbourhood imperatives: Ambiguities and contradictions in the regeneration of social housing estates in London and Birmingham. In R. Dodier, A. Rouyer, & R. Sechet (Eds.), Territoires en Action et dans l'action, 171-190. Presse Universitaire de Rennes


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