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Integrating shelf life constraints in capacitated lot sizing and scheduling for perishable products (2018)
Presentation / Conference
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.

Towards a Deleuzoguattarian methodology for urban design (2018)
Journal Article
Foroughmand Araabi, H., & McDonald, A. (2019). Towards a Deleuzoguattarian methodology for urban design. Journal of Urbanism, 12(2), 172-187. https://doi.org/10.1080/17549175.2018.1552883

© 2018, © 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. The philosophy of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari (Deleuzoguattarian) is now widely thought to be apropos for today’s world. This paper proposes Deleuzoguattarian philosophy as... Read More about Towards a Deleuzoguattarian methodology for urban design.

Plant species or flower colour diversity? Identifying the drivers of public and invertebrate response to designed annual meadows (2018)
Journal Article
Hoyle, H., Norton, B., Dunnett, N., Richards, J. P., Russell, J. M., & Warren, P. (2018). Plant species or flower colour diversity? Identifying the drivers of public and invertebrate response to designed annual meadows. Landscape and Urban Planning, 180, 103-113. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2018.08.017

© 2018 The Authors There is increasing evidence of the benefits of introducing urban meadows as an alternative to amenity mown grass in public greenspaces, both for biodiversity, and human wellbeing. Developing a better understanding of the meadow ch... Read More about Plant species or flower colour diversity? Identifying the drivers of public and invertebrate response to designed annual meadows.

Typologies of knowledge for healthy streets: The need for an interdisciplinary paradigm for public health and design practice (2018)
Presentation / Conference
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.

Blue space as caring space – water and the cultivation of care in social and environmental practice (2018)
Journal Article
Buser, M., Payne, T., Edizel, O., & Dudley, L. (in press). Blue space as caring space – water and the cultivation of care in social and environmental practice. Social and Cultural Geography, https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2018.1534263

This paper studies three sites or ‘landscapes of care’ in Leeds, Bristol and London where water and associated built and natural environments are used to co-construct and facilitate forms of social and environmental care. Our research narrates the w... Read More about Blue space as caring space – water and the cultivation of care in social and environmental practice.

Setting the Standard for Green Infrastructure: The Need for, and Features of, a Benchmark in England (2018)
Journal Article
Calvert, T., Sinnett, D., Smith, N., Jerome, G., Burgess, S., & King, L. (2018). Setting the Standard for Green Infrastructure: The Need for, and Features of, a Benchmark in England. Planning Practice and Research, 33(5), 558-573. https://doi.org/10.1080/02697459.2018.1531580

© 2018, © 2018 The Author(s). Published by Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Green infrastructure is an essential component of health and sustainable places. The quality of green infrastructure often represents a missed opportu... Read More about Setting the Standard for Green Infrastructure: The Need for, and Features of, a Benchmark in England.

A counter-movement to 'place-less' power. Planners as progressive place-based leaders (2018)
Book Chapter
Hambleton, R. (2018). A counter-movement to 'place-less' power. Planners as progressive place-based leaders. In A. Eraydin, & K. Frey (Eds.), Politics and conflict in governance and planning. Theory and practice, 204-223. Routledge

This chapter argues that it is helpful to distinguish between place-less and place-based power. Place-less decision-makers are unconcerned about the impact of their decisions on communities living in particular localities. The forces of economic gl... Read More about A counter-movement to 'place-less' power. Planners as progressive place-based leaders.

Inclusive place-based leadership: Lesson-drawing from urban governance innovations in Bristol, UK (2018)
Journal Article
Hambleton, R. (2018). Inclusive place-based leadership: Lesson-drawing from urban governance innovations in Bristol, UK

Across the world progressive city leaders are working to limit the damaging impact of decisions made by place-less leaders, meaning powerful interests that are unconcerned about the consequences of their decisions for particular places and communitie... Read More about Inclusive place-based leadership: Lesson-drawing from urban governance innovations in Bristol, UK.

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

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 legitimacyy.

Governance and territory: Comparative responses to growth in Cambridge and Oxford (2018)
Presentation / Conference
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.

Town-gown engagement can be chaotic but universities should be local civic leaders (2018)
Journal Article
Hambleton, R. (2018). Town-gown engagement can be chaotic but universities should be local civic leaders

This short article for a professional and practice audience examines the impact of universities on the localities where they are located. Evidence from the author's experience in the USA suggests that British universities could be doing much more to... Read More about Town-gown engagement can be chaotic but universities should be local civic leaders.

Let's ban the lazy language of 'best practice'. An exploration of how to enhance the effectiveness of international city-to-city learning (2018)
Presentation / Conference
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.

OK we didn't win the World Cup but Gareth Southgate offers solutions for local leadership (2018)
Journal Article
Hambleton, R. (2018). OK we didn't win the World Cup but Gareth Southgate offers solutions for local leadership

This short article for a professional and practice audience draws lessons for local leaders from Gareth Southgate's enormously successful leadership of the English national football team. Sports management is, of course, rather different from place-... Read More about OK we didn't win the World Cup but Gareth Southgate offers solutions for local leadership.

British universities - the sleeping giants of place-based leadership? (2018)
Journal Article
Hambleton, R. (2018). British universities - the sleeping giants of place-based leadership?. https://doi.org/10.3351/ppp.2018.4889247933

This Alternatives paper explores the changing dynamics of town/gown relationships in modern Britain. It argues that there are major opportunities for improving collaboration between universities and ‘off campus’ actors, opportunities that could bene... Read More about British universities - the sleeping giants of place-based leadership?.

‘They have different ways of doing things’: Cemeteries, diversity and local place attachment (2018)
Journal Article
McClymont, K. (2018). ‘They have different ways of doing things’: Cemeteries, diversity and local place attachment. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 39(3), 267-285. https://doi.org/10.1080/07256868.2018.1459519

This paper explores how local place attachment and group identity are conceived by those who manage civic cemeteries, and those who, by their memorial practices, co-create them. Engaging with debates about (post)colonialism and belonging, the paper p... Read More about ‘They have different ways of doing things’: Cemeteries, diversity and local place attachment.

Harnessing energy: An alternative way to view the management of highway assets (2018)
Journal Article
Williams, D. (2018). Harnessing energy: An alternative way to view the management of highway assets. https://doi.org/10.1680/jinam.18.00006

Highway networks form the arteries of a country allowing goods and people to flow thereby creating the heartbeat of the economy. In the United Kingdom the level of funding available to continue to maintain this network to a high standard is set to re... Read More about Harnessing energy: An alternative way to view the management of highway assets.

Articulating virtue: Planning ethics within and beyond post politics (2018)
Journal Article
McClymont, K. (2019). Articulating virtue: Planning ethics within and beyond post politics. Planning Theory, 18(3), 282-299. https://doi.org/10.1177/1473095218773119

© The Author(s) 2018. Post-foundationalist political theories have provided some of the most radical tools of critique in recent years. As well as challenging the dominant orthodoxy of achieving consensus in decision-making, they give voice to claims... Read More about Articulating virtue: Planning ethics within and beyond post politics.

Minding the gap: The professionals' view on the interaction between urban design theory and practice (2018)
Journal Article
Araabi, H. F. (2018). Minding the gap: The professionals' view on the interaction between urban design theory and practice. Town Planning Review, 89(3), 209-228. https://doi.org/10.3828/tpr.2018.14

© 2018 Liverpool University Press. All rights reserved. In order to better understand the relationship between the theory and the actual practice of urban design, this paper identifies and analyses the key factors that are involved in generating new... Read More about Minding the gap: The professionals' view on the interaction between urban design theory and practice.