Items where School or Centre is "~Pre-2012 Faculty Structure > Faculty of Environment and Technology > Department of Planning and Architecture" and Year is UNSPECIFIED
Number of items: 64.
Allinson, J. (2005) Exodus or renaissance? Metropolitan migration in the late 1990s. Town Planning Review, 76 (2). pp. 167-189.
Atkinson, R. and Mills, L. (2005) The thematic strategy on the urban environment? will it make a difference? Town & Country Planning, 74 (3). pp. 106-108.
Avineri, E. and Prashker, J. N. (2005) Sensitivity to travel time variability: Travelers' learning perspective. Transportation Research Part C Emerging Technologies, 13 (2). pp. 157-183. ISSN 0968-090X
Barton, H. (2005) A health map for urban planners: Towards a conceptual model for healthy, sustainable settlements. Built environment, 31 (4). ISSN 0263-7960
Barton, H. (2005) A health map for urban planners: towards a conceptual model for healthy sustainable settlements. Built Environment, 31 (4). 339 -355. ISSN 0263-7960
Brown, C. and Grant, M. (2005) Biodiversity & human health: What role for nature in healthy urban planning? Built Environment, 31 (4). pp. 326-338. ISSN 0263-7960
Hills, S. (2005) Falling through the cracks: Limits to an instrumental rational role for environmental information in planning. Environment and Planning A, 37 (7). pp. 1263-1276.
Potter, S. and Parkhurst, G. (2005) Transport policy and transport tax reform. Public Money & Management, 25 (3). pp. 171-178. ISSN 0954-0962
Shaftoe, H. (2005) Behaving badly in public space - is it anything to do with urban design? Urban Design, Winter 05/06.
Susilo, Y. and Kitamura, R. (2005) Analysis of day-to-day variability in an individual's action space: Exploration of the 6-week Mobidrive travel diary data. Transportation Research Record: Journal of Transportation Research Board, 1902. pp. 124-133. ISSN 0361-1981
Susilo, Y. and Kitamura, R. (2005) Is travel demand insatiable? A study of changes in structural relationships underlying travel. Transportmetrica, 1 (1). pp. 23-45. ISSN 1812-8602
de Graft-Johnson, A., Manley, S. and Greed, C. (2005) Diversity or the lack of it in the architectural profession. Construction Management and Economics, Special Issue on Diversity and Equality in Education, 23 (10). pp. 1035-1043.
Avineri, E. (2005) Soft computing applications in traffic and transportation systems: A review. In: Hoffmann, F., Köppen, M., Klawonn, F. and Roy, R., eds. (2005) Soft Computing: Methodologies and Applications. Germany: Springer-Verlag, pp. 17-25. ISBN 3-540-25726-8
Bassett, K., Smith, L., Banks, M. and O''Connor, J. (2005) Urban dilemmas of competition and cohesion in cultural policy. In: Buck, N., Gordon, I., Harding, A. and Turok, I., eds. (2005) Changing Cities: Rethinking urban competitiveness, cohesion and governance. London: Palgrave, pp. 132-153. ISBN 1 4039 0680 7
Calvaresi, C. and Carmichael, L. (2005) Building local coalitions for global challenges: Urban leaders and community involvement in urban regeneration projects in England and Italy. In: Voigt, A. and Kanonier, A., eds. (2005) Book of Abstracts: The Dream of a Greater Europ. Vienna: Osterreichischer Kunst und Kulturverlag, pp. 313-314. ISBN 3854372787
Carmichael, L. (2005) Bristol/South West of England co-operation in employment and skills: Innovation or delusion for sub-national governance? In: Hendricks, F. and Laughlin, J., eds. (2005) Europe of the Cities and Regions: Patterns of Co-operation in Comparative Perspective. UNSPECIFIED.
Jain, J. and Lyons, G. (2005) Connecting dispersed communities on the move. In: Marshall, S., Taylor, W. and Yu, X., eds. (2005) Encyclopaedia of Developing Regional Communities with Information and Communication Technology. PA, USA: Idea Group Reference, pp. 124-129. ISBN 9781591405757
Parkhurst, G. (2005) The importance of entrepreneurship in the UK express coach market. In: Hibbs, J., Butler, E., Parkhurst, G., Knipping, O. and Kevill, P., eds. (2005) The Dangers of Bus Re-regulation. London: The Institute of Economic Affairs, pp. 79-93. ISBN 978 0 255 36572 7
Potter, S., Parkhurst, G. and Lane, B. (2005) European perspectives on a new fiscal framework for transport, Chapter 16. In: Reggiani, A. and Schintler, L., eds. (2005) Transport and Telecommunications: New Perspectives from Europe and America. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. 319-334.
Purdue, D. (2005) A Learning Networked Approach to Community Empowerment. In: Gossling, T., Jansent, R. and Oerlemans, L., eds. (2005) Coalitions and Collisions. Nijmegen: Wolf.
Shaftoe, H. and Read, T. (2005) Planning out crime: the application of science or an act of faith? In: Tilley, N., ed. (2005) Handbook for Crime prevention and Community Safety. Willan Publishing.
Smith, I. and Grimshaw, L. (2005) Evaluation and the new deal for communities: Learning what from whom? In: Taylor, D. and Balloch, S., eds. (2005) The Politics of Evaluation: Participation and Policy Implementation. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 189-204. ISBN 1 86134 605 0
Azevedo, R., Carriere, J.-P., Costa, A., Farthing, S. and Rodrigues Rui, F. (2005) Atlantic Spatial Development Perspective final report. Technical Report. Conference of Periferal Maritime Regions, Rennes, France.
Barton, H. and Grant, M. (2005) Sustainability appraisal Clarks RPS Proposals Houndwood Site, Street, Somerset. Technical Report. University of the West of England, Bristol.
Blum, A. and Grant, M. (2005) Sustainable neighbourhoods: Assessment tools for renovation and development. Technical Report. IOR-TEXTE, Dresden.
Farthing, S. (2005) Atlantic Spatial Development Perspective. Final national report: UK. Technical Report. Conference of Periferal Maritime Regions, Rennes, France.
Farthing, S. (2005) Atlantic Spatial Development Perspective. Third interim report: strategic evaluation of the atlantic urban and regional systems. Technical Report. Conference of Periferal Maritime Regions, Rennes, France.
Musselwhite, C. and Vincent, C. (2005) Academic centres in practice evaluation report. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Musselwhite, C., Walsh, L. and Freshwater, D. (2005) Evaluation of mental health awareness for prison staff: A case study at HMP High Down. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Parkhurst, G. (2005) Park and Ride evaluation framework for London. Technical Report. Transport for London, London.
Purdue, D. (2005) Towards a model relationship between the public and voluntary sectors. Technical Report. Leicester City Council.
Sullivan, H. and Howard, J. (2005) Below the LSP, Issues paper, national evaluation of LSPs. Technical Report. London: ODPM.
Taylor, M., Ardon, R., Carlton, N., Meegan, R., Purdue, D., Russell, H., Syed, A. and Wilson, M. (2005) Making connections : An evaluation of the Community Participation Programmes. Technical Report. ODPM.
Taylor, M., Purdue, D., Carlton, N., Mackridge, R. and Syed, A. (2005) Research Report 15. Making Connections: An evaluation of the Community Participation Programmes. Technical Report. Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
Conference or Workshop Item
Avineri, E. (2005) Introducing social aspects to multi-agent simulations of travel behaviour. In: Advanced OR and AI Methods in Transportation. Proceedings of the 10th Jubilee Meeting of the EURO Working Group on Transportation and 16th Mini-EURO Conference, Poland, January 2005.
Avineri, E. (2005) Social aspects of travel-choice behaviour. In: New Insights into Personal Travel, CILT and Centre for Transport & Society, Bristol, England, January 2005.
Avineri, E. (2005) Traffic equilibrium: A prospect theory approach. In: Proceedings of the 37th Annual UTSG Conference, 2005.
Avineri, E. (2005) The effect of reference point on stochastic network equilibrium. In: The 16th International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory (ISTTT), University of Maryland, USA, July 2005.
Bates-Brkljac, N., Duhr, S. and Counsell, J. (2005) The VEPS Project: Planning Information Visualisation. In: Proceedings of 9th International Conference of Information Visualisation ''05, University of Greenwich, London, July 2005.
Chatterjee, K. and Harman, R. (2005) Partnerships in principle and practice - how can accessibility planning build on existing LSPs and other existing partnership? In: Accessible Planning: Are We Getting There?, London, UK, 22 February 2005.
Claudio, C. and Carmichael, L. (2005) Building local coalitions for global challenges: Urban leaders and community involvement in urban regeneration projects in England and Italy. In: Paper presented at AESOP conference: The Dream of a Greater Europe, Vienna, Austria, 13th - 17th July, 2005.
Duhr, S., Bates-Brkljac, N. and Counsell, J. (2005) Public Collaboration in Planning. In: Paper presented at CDVE 2005 Conference in cooperative design. Visualisation and Engineering, Majorca, September 2005.
Goodwin, P. (2005) Road pricing, ''soft'' measures and locking in the benefits of transport policy. In: Symposium on successes and failures of traffice demand management, Napier University.
Hambleton, R. (2005) College Communication Strategies. In: ACSP Administrators' Conference, Cincinnati, USA, April 2005.
Hambleton, R. (2005) Globalism and local democracy: new challenges for leadership and urban management. In: Arizona State University (ASU), Phoenix, USA, March 2005.
Hambleton, R. (2005) The concept of leadership in local governance. In: CEU Summer University, Budapest, Hungary,, July 2005.
Hambleton, R. (2005) The future of local government. In: National Local Government Conference, Melbourne, Australia, June 2005.
Hambleton, R. (2005) The urban university and the multi-cultural city - a view from the USA. In: International Conference on Sustainable Development in a Diverse World, Milan, Italy, September 2005.
Jain, J. (2005) Can you navigate to Bradford, while talking to a supplier in Turin? In: Paper presented at Transport Studies Research Group, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London, 31st Aug-2nd Sept 2005.
Jain, J. and Lyons, G. (2005) Travel time: Gift or burden? In: Proceedings of the 37th Universities Transport Study Group Conference, Bristol, UK, 2005.
Meaney, A., Dargay, J., Preston, J., Goodwin, P. and Wardman, M. (2005) The dynamic effects of change on rail demand. In: Proc. European Transport Conference.
Parkhurst, G. (2005) Taxation measures for sustainability in the UK road sector: Progress, problems & prospects. In: Towards the Portrait of a New Urban Mobility, VEL2 Project Administration, Mendrisio, Switzerland, January, 2005.
Parkhurst, G. (2005) What is the environmental impact of park and ride schemes. In: 3rd Landor Conference on Park and Ride, Glaziers' Hall, London, 9th June, 2005.
Parkhurst, G. and Buxton, S. (2005) Towards a truly strategic appraisal process for evaluating park and ride schemes: The development of an assessment framework for London. In: Proceedings of the 3rd UK Transport Practitioners Meeting, Aston University, Birmingham, UK, 5th-6th July, 2005.
Parkhurst, G. and Chatterjee, K. (2005) Peripheral vision: The rise of UK regionalism and the selection of a strategic road route to the English Southwest. In: Royal Geographical Society Institute of British Geographers Annula International Conference, London, UK, 2nd September, 2005.
Purdue, D. (2005) Framing brokerage. In: Presented at 12th MOPAN Conference, University of Glamorgan, June 2005.
Sinnett, D. (2005) The sustainable establishment of woodland on landfill sites – results of a ten year study. In: Institute of Horticulture / Tree Council of Ireland Seminar Tree Cover and Climate Change, Dublin, 7 – 8th March 2005.
Susilo, Y. and Kitamura, R. (2005) On an analysis of the day-to-day variability in the individual's action space: An exploration of the six-week Mobidrive travel diary data. In: The 84th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board (TRB), Washington D.C., USA, 2005.
Susilo, Y. and Kitamura, R. (2005) Spatial manifestation of urban residents: A forgotten relic in mobility and infrastructure planning. In: The 9th International Symposium for Students and Young Researchers on Transportation and Infrastructure Planning, Chiba, Japan, 2005.
Vincent, C. and Musselwhite, C. (2005) Working together in harmony. The practice theory gap and the academic centre in practice. In: Paper presented at Clinical Governance Conference, Dorchester.
Vincent, C. and Musselwhite, C. (2005) The academic centre in practice - evaluation. In: Paper presented at the Sharing Best Practice Conference, Kingston Maurwood College, Dorchester, June 8th.
Vincent, C. and Musselwhite, C. (2005) The academic centre in practice - three years on. An evaluation of a collaborative venture between higher education and health trusts. In: Paper presented at the Nurse Education in Practice Conference, Salford University, Salford.
Warren, J. P., Potter, S. and Parkhurst, G. (2005) Implications of HGV charging for the UK. In: Proceedings of the 37th Universities Transport Studies Group Conference, Bristol, UK, 5th-7th January, 2005.
Williams, K. and Dair, C. (2005) Achieving sustainable development on brownfield sites: Key research findings and their implications for practice. In: Paper presented at The International Conference on Managing Urban Land, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 13-15 April.