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Towards collaborative approach? Investigating the regeneration of urban village in Guangzhou, China (2014)
Journal Article
Zhou, Z. (2014). Towards collaborative approach? Investigating the regeneration of urban village in Guangzhou, China. Habitat International, 44, 297-305. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.habitatint.2014.07.011

Along with the green-land shortage and the low use efficiency of urban land as a result of rapid urban sprawl in the past three decades, the issue of urban regeneration has been recently brought to the governance agenda by the new leadership in China... Read More about Towards collaborative approach? Investigating the regeneration of urban village in Guangzhou, China.

New urban housing design in the UK (2014)
Book Chapter
Short, M., & Squires, G. (2014). New urban housing design in the UK. In -. Inzulza, J. Perez, & L. Perez (Eds.), Reflections on the theory and practice of urban design for the contemporary cityUniversidad de Chile & Universidad de Concepcion Press

Learning from cities in other countries (2014)
Book Chapter
Hambleton, R., & Gross, J. S. (2014). Learning from cities in other countries. In R. L. Kemp, & C. J. Stephani (Eds.), Global Models of Urban Planning: Best Practices outside the United States, 32-36. McFarland and Company Inc

Innovation in urban political leadership. Reflections on the introduction of a directly-elected mayor in Bristol, UK (2014)
Journal Article
Hambleton, R., & Sweeting, D. (2014). Innovation in urban political leadership. Reflections on the introduction of a directly-elected mayor in Bristol, UK. Public Money and Management, 34(5), 315-322. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540962.2014.945793

In May 2012, 10 of England's largest cities, outside London, were required to hold referendums giving citizens the option of introducing a directly-elected mayor. Bristol was the only city to vote in favour of the mayoral model. This paper outlines t... Read More about Innovation in urban political leadership. Reflections on the introduction of a directly-elected mayor in Bristol, UK.