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: 12.
Askew, J. (2004) The Agency Project: A case study. Transactions, September 2004, 1 (1).
Askew, J. (2004) Mast location debate rages. Planning, July 2004.
Askew, J. (2004) Mobile Phone Masts. Report of an inquiry by the All Party Mobile Group. Technical Report. London: ApMobile.
Bates-Brkljac, N. (2004) Evaluating visual representations of urban developments: Traditional methods versus computer visualisation. In: Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Decision-making in Urban & Civil Engineering (DMUCE 4), Portugal 28-30 Oct.
Boddy, M., Bassett, K., French, S., Griffiths, R., Lambert, C., Leyshon, A., Smith, I., Stewart, M. and Thrift, N. (2004) Competitiveness and cohesion in a prosperous city region: the case of Bristol. In: Boddy, M. and Parkinson, M., eds. (2004) City Matters: Competitiveness, Cohesion and Urban Governance. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 51-70. ISBN 1 86134 4449
Counsell, J., Bates-Brkljac, N. and Smith, N. (2004) GIS based urban information systems as a basis for the generation of complex 3D VRML models. Studies in Regional and Urban Planning, Proceedings of DMinUCE - London 2002, 3rd International Conference on Decision Making in Urban and Civic Engineering, 10. pp. 129-138.
Dair, C. and Williams, K. (2004) Assessing sustainability at the development site scale. In: Paper presented at Planning and Development Research Conference, People and Place: Common Issues, Shared Solutions, Aberdeen, 31st March-2nd April.
Dair, C. and Williams, K. (2004) Global pressures for sustainable cities and towns: brownfield developments a pathway to sustainability? In: Paper presented at International Urban Environment and Planning Association Symposium, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, 21-24 September.
Griffiths, R. (2004) Knowledge production and the research-teaching nexus: the case of the built environment disciplines. Studies in Higher Education, 29 (6). pp. 709-726.
Williams, K. (2004) Can urban intensification contribute to sustainable cities? An international perspective. City Matters, April.
Williams, K. (2004) Reducing sprawl and delivering an urban renaissance in England: are these aims possible given current attitudes to urban living? In: Richardson, H. and Bae, C., eds. (2004) Urban Sprawl in Western Europe and North America. London: Ashgate Publishers.
Williams, K. (2004) Social and cultural objectives to consider when developing brownfield sites in Europe. Central European Journal of Architecture and Planning, 7 (2). pp. 47-53.