Items where School or Centre is "~Pre-2012 Faculty Structure > Faculty of Environment and Technology > Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environments" and Year is UNSPECIFIED
Number of items: 21.
Bates-Brkljac, N. (2003) 3D metaphor and web based technology as an user-friendly approach to the publishing of historic collections on the web. In: Proceedings of Database and Expert Systems Applications, DEXA 2003 Conference, Los Alamitos, California, USA, 1-5 September 2003.
Blackman, T. , Mitchell, L. , Burton, E. , Jenks, M. , Parsons, M. , Raman, S. and Williams, K. (2003) The accessibility of public spaces for people with dementia: A new priority for the. Disability and Society, 18 (3). pp. 357-374.
Counsell, J. , Worthing, D. and Bates-Brkljac, N. (2003) An evolutionary approach to standardising computer based records of heritage sites. In: (2003) UNSPECIFIED Italy: Medici/ Milan Polytechnic.
Griffiths, R. (2003) Expanding the public sphere: Cultural action and the city. In: Presented at the Network Society: New Context for Planning, AESOP/ACSP third Joint Congress, Leuven, Belgium, 8-12th July 2003.
Griffiths, R. (2003) What is research-led teaching? Some conceptual distinctions. In: Paper presented at Building the Link: Integrating Teaching with Research and Practice in the Built Environment, Wadham College, Oxford, 8-10th September 2003..
Ludlow, D. , Mitchell, C. and Webster, M. (2003) European Common Indicators: Towards a Local Sustainability Profile. Technical Report. Ambiente Italia.
Ludlow, D. e. a. (2003) European Common Indicators- Final Report. Technical Report. DG Environment, European Commission.
Ludlow, D. (2003) Interim report of expert group on thematic strategy for sustainable urban management. Technical Report. DG Joint Research Centre, European Commission.
Ludlow, D. (2003) Strategies for sustainable urban management. In: SUIT Colloquium, Liege, Belgium, September 2003. Liege, Belgium: UNSPECIFIED
Manley, S. (2003) Cities fit for people - international models. In: Paper presented at Build Boston Diversity Conference, Boston, MA, USA, November 2003, and at Boston Federal Reserve Bank..
Manley, S. (2003) Inclusive Design. In: Paper presented at Access for Everyone Conference, Bristol City Council, October 2001.
Manley, S. and Guise, R. (2003) Public realm audits: Developing a strategy for the legible city. In: Presented at Place, Identity and Design in the 21st Century, Bristol Cultural Development Partnership, The Watershed, Bristol, April 2003..
Manley, S. and Parnaby, R. (2003) Putting people first. In: Paper presented at Architectural Education Exchange, University of Wales, Cardiff, 10th September 2001..
Manley, S. and de Graft-Johnson, A. (2003) Why do women leave architecture? In: Presented at Build Boston Diversity Conference, Boston, MA, USA, November 2003.
Manley, S. , de Graft-Johnson, A. and Greed, C. (2003) Why do women leave architecture? Technical Report. RIBA (Web site).
Mitchell, L. , Burton, E. , Raman, S. , Blackman, T. , Jenks, M. and Williams, K. (2003) Making the outside world dementia-friendly: Design issues and considerations. Environment and Planning B: Planning & Design.
Williams, K. (2003) Brownfield land: Achieving the sustainable re-use of urban land. In: Paper presented at UPE5, Creating Sustainable Urban Environments: Future Forms for City Living, Oxford, UK, 23-26 September.
Williams, K. (2003) Social and cultural objectives to consider when developing brownfield sites in Europe: A position paper. In: Paper presented at Sustainable Brownfield Regeneration Strategies in the Light of ''Shrinking Cities'', The International Workshop on the Recycling of Derelict Land, Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany, 1-3 December.
Williams, K. (2003) Sustainable urban design at the development project scale: Examples from Europe. In: Paper presented at Energy 2003, Orlando, Florida, USA, 18-20 August.
Williams, K. and Dair, C. (2003) Five barriers to sustainable brownfield development. Town and Country Planning, 72 (11). pp. 344-345.
Williams, K. and Dair, C. (2003) Sustainable brownfield development in the UK: Fact or fiction? In: Paper presented at Planning Research Conference, Wadham College, Oxford.