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Attributes of leadership for planning resilient cities in the Global South (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Gopinath, D. (2019, September). Attributes of leadership for planning resilient cities in the Global South. Paper presented at UK Ireland Planning Research Conference, Liverpool, UK

This paper aims to advance a new approach to the intersections of place, resilience and leadership particularly within the context of rapidly urbanising cities in the Global South. More generally, we know that a leader could be characterised by key a... Read More about Attributes of leadership for planning resilient cities in the Global South.

Place-based leadership beyond place: Exploring the international dimension of civic leadership (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Hambleton, R. (2019, June). Place-based leadership beyond place: Exploring the international dimension of civic leadership. Paper presented at City Futures IV 2019

A consequence of globalisation is that place-less leaders, meaning people who are not expected to care about the consequences of their decisions for particular places and communities, have gained extraordinary power and influence. This paper explore... Read More about Place-based leadership beyond place: Exploring the international dimension of civic leadership.

Integrating shelf life constraints in capacitated lot sizing and scheduling for perishable products (2018)
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Chen, S., Berretta, R., Mendes, A., & Clark, A. (2018, December). Integrating shelf life constraints in capacitated lot sizing and scheduling for perishable products. Paper presented at 26th ASOR National Conference for the Australian Society of Operations Research

In this study, we consider a multi-item capacitated lot sizing and scheduling problem for perishable food products, which have a fixed shelf life period due to depreciation issues, such as physical deterioration or perceived value loss. We incorporat... Read More about Integrating shelf life constraints in capacitated lot sizing and scheduling for perishable products.

Typologies of knowledge for healthy streets: The need for an interdisciplinary paradigm for public health and design practice (2018)
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Drane, M., & Carmichael, L. (2018, October). Typologies of knowledge for healthy streets: The need for an interdisciplinary paradigm for public health and design practice. Paper presented at City Street 3

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are a global health challenge and physical environment factors play a material role in NCDs. The residential street is a building block of the physical environment and has been identified a place to integrate health... Read More about Typologies of knowledge for healthy streets: The need for an interdisciplinary paradigm for public health and design practice.

Former metal mining areas in England and Wales: Local residents’ preferences for the management of wastes (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Sinnett, D., & Sardo, A. M. (2018, July). Former metal mining areas in England and Wales: Local residents’ preferences for the management of wastes. Paper presented at The Mine Waste and Tailings Conference 2018

This study uses the Q Method to examine how those living in former metal mining landscapes value this heritage and their preferences for the long-term management of mine waste. Such sites are often perceived as derelict or degraded, and of very littl... Read More about Former metal mining areas in England and Wales: Local residents’ preferences for the management of wastes.

Credibility in the absence of legitimacy (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Sheppard, A., & McClymont, K. (2018, July). Credibility in the absence of legitimacy. Paper presented at AESOP 2018: Making space for hope, Gothenburg

This presentation considers the motivations for those who chose to live beyond ‘the system’; outside of mainstream regulated society and, particularly, formal town and country planning frameworks. The paper presents research which compares the moti... Read More about Credibility in the absence of legitimacy.

Governance and territory: Comparative responses to growth in Cambridge and Oxford (2018)
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Hickman, H., & Valler, D. (2018, July). Governance and territory: Comparative responses to growth in Cambridge and Oxford. Paper presented at AESOP Congress 2018

Conference paper on divergent policy styles and the management of major economic and housing growth in both Cambridge and Oxford sub-regions.

Let's ban the lazy language of 'best practice'. An exploration of how to enhance the effectiveness of international city-to-city learning (2018)
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Hambleton, R. (2018, June). Let's ban the lazy language of 'best practice'. An exploration of how to enhance the effectiveness of international city-to-city learning. Paper presented at Reconciling past and future urban and regional strengths. Annual Conference of the European Urban Research Association (EURA)

This paper sets out five reasons why there is no such thing as ‘best practice’ when it comes to international city-to-city learning and dialogue. The paper then widens the conversation to consider the nature of international exchange and distinguish... Read More about Let's ban the lazy language of 'best practice'. An exploration of how to enhance the effectiveness of international city-to-city learning.

Place-based leadership and radical public innovation: Lessons from mayoral governance experimentation in Bristol, UK (2018)
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Hambleton, R., & sweeting, D. (2018, April). Place-based leadership and radical public innovation: Lessons from mayoral governance experimentation in Bristol, UK. Paper presented at International Research Society for Public Management

This paper explores two related questions: 1) Does the institutional design of the governance arrangements of a city make a difference to the performance of place-based leadership? And 2) Does the leadership style of the individual exercising mayoral... Read More about Place-based leadership and radical public innovation: Lessons from mayoral governance experimentation in Bristol, UK.

Building with nature: A new benchmark for green infrastructure (2017)
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Sinnett, D., Jerome, G., Burgess, S., Smith, N., & Mortock, R. (2017, September). Building with nature: A new benchmark for green infrastructure

Green infrastructure (GI) is globally recognised as an essential component of liveable and sustainable places. However there is still considerable uncertainty about the best way to design, deliver and maintain GI particularly amongst planners and dev... Read More about Building with nature: A new benchmark for green infrastructure.

Building with nature: A new benchmark for green infrastructure (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Sinnett, D., Jerome, G., Burgess, S., Smith, N., & Mortlock, R. (2017, September). Building with nature: A new benchmark for green infrastructure

Green infrastructure (GI) is globally recognised as an essential component of liveable and sustainable places. It is widely acknowledged that it is the primary mechanism for delivering ecosystem services in towns and cities and there is a substantial... Read More about Building with nature: A new benchmark for green infrastructure.

Mining landscapes as a cultural and environmental resource (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Sinnett, D. (2017, September). Mining landscapes as a cultural and environmental resource

The UK has a rich metal mining legacy with many thousands of abandoned and restored mines concentrated in areas such as Cornwall, The Pennines and Anglesey. Although former mines and quarries can be perceived as derelict or degraded sites of very lit... Read More about Mining landscapes as a cultural and environmental resource.

Examiners examined: Deliberative practice and the neighbourhood planning examiner (2017)
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Hickman, H., Parker, G., & Salter, K. (2017, September). Examiners examined: Deliberative practice and the neighbourhood planning examiner. Paper presented at UK/Ireland Planning Research Conference

Conference paper exploring the role of the neighbourhood planning examiner and the challenges and contradictions for examiners operating in a deliberative practice space but with constrained statutory role.

The new politics of soft-densification (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Hickman, H., Dunning, R., & while, A. (2017, September). The new politics of soft-densification. Paper presented at UK/Ireland Planning Research Conference

Conference paper presenting research undertaken for PUCA (an agency of the French Government) exploring the incidence of and impact of soft-densification (small scale development) in England between 2001-2011. It includes two case studies of Ealing (... Read More about The new politics of soft-densification.

Inclusive city governance: International lesson drawing from progressive urban leadership (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Hambleton, R. (2017, September). Inclusive city governance: International lesson drawing from progressive urban leadership. Paper presented at DSA2017: Sustainability Interrogated: Societies, growth and social justice

This paper outlines concepts that may be able to help us better understand the power of place in our globalising world. More specifically, it aims to show how good place-based leadership can promote inclusive urban development in both developed and... Read More about Inclusive city governance: International lesson drawing from progressive urban leadership.

Taking women's different bodily functions into account, including menstruation, in sanitation provision (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2017, July). Taking women's different bodily functions into account, including menstruation, in sanitation provision. Paper presented at WEDC Conference

Whilst over two billion people lack adequate toilet provision, water supply, and sanitation, women are particularly badly affected. Women have fewer facilities to start with, but more toileting needs caused by biological differences including menstru... Read More about Taking women's different bodily functions into account, including menstruation, in sanitation provision.

Planning for diversity and sustainable spatial planning religion space gender and ethnicity (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2017, July). Planning for diversity and sustainable spatial planning religion space gender and ethnicity. Paper presented at AESOP conference 2017 'Space of Dialogue for Places of Dignity

The urban planning policy agenda is strongly influenced by sustainability objectives with particular emphasis upon environmental issues. But, the original definition was much broader and included economic well-being and social equality as well as en... Read More about Planning for diversity and sustainable spatial planning religion space gender and ethnicity.

Raising the standard: Developing a benchmark for green infrastructure (2017)
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Jerome, G., Sinnett, D., Mortlock, R., Calvert, T., Burgess, S., & Smith, N. (2017, June). Raising the standard: Developing a benchmark for green infrastructure. Presented at Sustainable Development and Planning 2017

Green infrastructure (GI) is globally recognised as an essential component of liveable and sustainable places. It is valued for its multifunctionality and the connectedness of the individual features to each other, the surrounding countryside and urb... Read More about Raising the standard: Developing a benchmark for green infrastructure.

The rise of the city region - exploring alternative models of sub-national governance (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Hambleton, R. (2017, June). The rise of the city region - exploring alternative models of sub-national governance. Paper presented at European Urban Research Association

In recent years a growing number of countries have embarked on reforms designed to strengthen the arrangements that they have in place for city region, or metropolitan, governance. This paper, which draws on a recent research project carried out for... Read More about The rise of the city region - exploring alternative models of sub-national governance.



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