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The impact of the new homes bonus on attitudes and behaviours (2014)
Report
Dunning, R., Inch, A., Payne, S., Watkins, C., While, A., Hickman, H., & Valler, D. (2014). The impact of the new homes bonus on attitudes and behaviours

An evaluation of the impact of the New Homes Bonus on attitudes towards new house building, carried out for the Department of Communities and Local Government.

Foreword (2014)
Book Chapter
Greed, C. (2014). Foreword. In Y. Narayanan (Ed.), Religion, Heritage and the Sustainable City: Hinduism and Urbanisation in Jaipur, ix-xv. Routledge

Re-thinking destitution in the UK: Typologies, spaces and transitions (2014)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2014). Re-thinking destitution in the UK: Typologies, spaces and transitions. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJHRCS.2014.067881

Destitution, a severe form of poverty still persists in modern, industrialised nations such as the UK despite a robust, social security system in place. Increased use of food banks, inadequate housing provisions, etc., point to evidence that there ar... Read More about Re-thinking destitution in the UK: Typologies, spaces and transitions.

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.

Pentecostals and planning in the UK (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Greed, C. (2014, September). Pentecostals and planning in the UK. Paper presented at GloPent Conference "Pentecostalism and Development"

Shifting of the ontological-epistemological balance in contemporary research agendas: A critique (2014)
Journal Article
Gopinath, D. (2015). Shifting of the ontological-epistemological balance in contemporary research agendas: A critique. Quality and Quantity, 49(5), 1873-1882

With greater calls for public involvement, there are now claims of methodological shifts to ‘bottom-up’, ‘politically informed’ and ‘boundary-less’ approaches. This is not accurate as there is still predominantly an emphasis on epistemological consid... Read More about Shifting of the ontological-epistemological balance in contemporary research agendas: A critique.

Place-based leadership: A new approach to justice in planning? (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Hambleton, R. (2014, July). Place-based leadership: A new approach to justice in planning?. Paper presented at From Control to Co-evolution: AESOP Annual Conference

Planning theorists have neglected the role of leadership in planning. A consequence is that planning scholarship is missing opportunities to advance the influence of planning in creating more just and more inclusive cities. This paper argues that p... Read More about Place-based leadership: A new approach to justice in planning?.