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Governing urban regeneration: Planning and regulatory tools in the UK (2019)
Journal Article
Atkinson, R., Tallon, A., & Williams, D. (2019). Governing urban regeneration: Planning and regulatory tools in the UK. European Planning Studies, 27(6), 1083-1106. https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2019.1598020

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 described as medium-sized towns with little previous experience of such devel... Read More about Governing urban regeneration: Planning and regulatory tools in the UK.

Who is responsible for incorporating the notion of 'public interest' into sustainable urban developments? A case study of three sites in the south-west of England (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Williams, D., Atkinson, R., & Tallon, A. (2017, January). Who is responsible for incorporating the notion of 'public interest' into sustainable urban developments? A case study of three sites in the south-west of England. Paper presented at 49th Annual UTSG Conference

Public-private partnership agreements between local authorities and government agencies and developers have become the modus operandi in the UK since the 1990s for the regeneration of brownfield sites in UK towns and cities. This paper explores these... Read More about Who is responsible for incorporating the notion of 'public interest' into sustainable urban developments? A case study of three sites in the south-west of England.

A comparison of public-private partnership development of previously used land in the UK (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Williams, D., Atkinson, R., & Tallon, A. (2016, November). A comparison of public-private partnership development of previously used land in the UK. Paper presented at RSA Winter Conference 2016

In the UK public-private partnerships are currently the only method of developing previously used land. How these partnerships are formed and how they work can differ considerably however, depending on the approach taken by the partners. Through inte... Read More about A comparison of public-private partnership development of previously used land in the UK.

Promoting the ''urban idyll'': Policies for city centre living (2004)
Book Chapter
Hoskins, G., & Tallon, A. (2004). Promoting the ''urban idyll'': Policies for city centre living. In C. Johnstone, & M. Whitehead (Eds.), New Horizons in British Urban Policy: Perspectives on New Labour's Urban Renaissance, 25-40. Ashgate