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Doing more for less? Developing sustainable systems of social care in the context of climate change and public spending cuts (2012)
Journal Article
Evans, S., Hills, S., & Orme, J. (2012). Doing more for less? Developing sustainable systems of social care in the context of climate change and public spending cuts. British Journal of Social Work, 42(4), 744-764. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcr108

This article opens a debate on how to make social care in England more sustainable in the context of environmental, social and economic changes. Based on an innovative research project commissioned by the Department of Health through the Social Care... Read More about Doing more for less? Developing sustainable systems of social care in the context of climate change and public spending cuts.

Private home, public cultural asset: The maintenance behaviour of listed building owner-occupiers (2006)
Journal Article
Hills, S., & Worthing, D. (2006). Private home, public cultural asset: The maintenance behaviour of listed building owner-occupiers. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 21(2), 203-213. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10901-006-9043-8

This article examines the maintenance behaviour of listed building owner-occupiers. In particular it evaluates the degree to which owners are aware of and undertake maintenance of their building from a conservation perspective, which emphasises maxim... Read More about Private home, public cultural asset: The maintenance behaviour of listed building owner-occupiers.

Assessing how organizations approach the maintenance management of listed buildings (2006)
Journal Article
Dann, N., Hills, S., & Worthing, D. (2006). Assessing how organizations approach the maintenance management of listed buildings. Construction Management and Economics, 24(1), 97-104. https://doi.org/10.1080/01446190500249510

Preventative maintenance has been identified as a key intervention in protecting built cultural heritage. How organizations approach the maintenance management of listed buildings in their care is explored using a framework which integrates best prac... Read More about Assessing how organizations approach the maintenance management of listed buildings.

Falling through the cracks: Limits to an instrumental rational role for environmental information in planning (2005)
Journal Article
Hills, S. (2005). Falling through the cracks: Limits to an instrumental rational role for environmental information in planning. Environment and Planning A, 37(7), 1263-1276. https://doi.org/10.1068/a3740

This paper explores the potential for environmental information to play an instrumental rational role in planning through an empirical investigation of regional planning processes in the German federal state of Brandenburg. The findings show that env... Read More about Falling through the cracks: Limits to an instrumental rational role for environmental information in planning.

Best practice for maintenance management of listed buildings (2003)
Report
Dann, N., Worthing, D., Hills, S., Wood, S., Marshall, D., Selman, A., & Garnett, D. (2003). Best practice for maintenance management of listed buildings

Research report for Maintain our Heritage, English Heritage, The Heritage Lottery Fund and The Department of Trade and Industry

The collaborative culture of Bristol's civic organisation (2002)
Book Chapter
Purdue, D., Antrobus, J., Hills, S., Lejeune, S., & Mitchell, C. (2002). The collaborative culture of Bristol's civic organisation. In D. Purdue, & M. Stewart (Eds.), Understanding Collaboration: International Perspectives on Theory, Method and Practice, 25-27. University of the West of England