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Planning and health: Defining the limitations of regulation and the discretionary context at the micro/site scale (2021)
Journal Article

Planning, at its most basic, is about making better places. In recent years, there has been a positive renewed focus on strengthening the links between planning and the promotion of well-being and good health outcomes. This is a welcome emphasis with... Read More about Planning and health: Defining the limitations of regulation and the discretionary context at the micro/site scale.

A sense of legitimacy in low-impact developments: Experiences and perspectives of communities in South-West England (2021)
Journal Article

Informality in the global North has been largely overlooked in literature to date (Devlin, 2018). Unlike the global South, the role of informal practices in northern countries are under-represented in both theory and practice. Despite this, informali... Read More about A sense of legitimacy in low-impact developments: Experiences and perspectives of communities in South-West England.

Credibility without legitimacy? Informal development in the highly regulated context of the United Kingdom (2019)
Journal Article

© 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.

‘Do we really want these changes?’ Power, conflict, and ‘best practice’ in community planning (2019)
Presentation / Conference Contribution

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.

Urban planning as an enabler of urban health: Challenges and good practice in England following the 2012 planning and public health reforms (2019)
Journal Article

© 2019 The Authors This article synthesises the challenges faced by the English (urban) spatial planning system to become an enabler of urban health and explores some keys features of the evidence base, policy tools and policy implementation issues t... Read More about Urban planning as an enabler of urban health: Challenges and good practice in England following the 2012 planning and public health reforms.

Micro scale health decision making and the challenge of the policy and regulatory construct (2016)
Presentation / Conference Contribution

Regulatory reform and the emergence of micro scale and targeted policy in England has created the potential to manage the number and distribution of fast-food takeaways (and, arguably, uses including casinos, ‘pay-day loan’ shops, and bookmakers), bu... Read More about Micro scale health decision making and the challenge of the policy and regulatory construct.

Internationale vergelijking financiering en kostenverhaal bij organische gebiedsontwikkeling (International comparison of funding and cost recovery in organic area development) (2014)
Report

Report commissioned by Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment (Netherlands). International comparison of funding and cost recovery - Chapter on England (written by Askew, A and Sheppard, A); planning gain, planning obligations and the Commun... Read More about Internationale vergelijking financiering en kostenverhaal bij organische gebiedsontwikkeling (International comparison of funding and cost recovery in organic area development).

Delivering homes and infrastructure through incentivisation: The role of the growth points agenda and the New Homes Bonus (2011)
Presentation / Conference Contribution

Delivering homes and infrastructure through incentivisation: the role of the growth points agenda and the New Homes Bonus The formation of the Coalition Government has led to a dramatic change in the operation and promotion of governance, the mana... Read More about Delivering homes and infrastructure through incentivisation: The role of the growth points agenda and the New Homes Bonus.

Valuing a service brought in from the cold
Journal Article

Enforcement services across England and Wales are, alongside many other areas of planning, under threat of cuts and a downgrading in prioritisation; and such pressures threaten to undermine a decade of positive change