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Professor John Pendlebury
Dr Yi Wen Wang
Dr Andrew Law
Re-using ‘uncomfortable heritage’: the case of the 1933 building, Shanghai2022
Professor John Pendlebury
Conserving the Historic Environment2021
Professor John Pendlebury
Heritage and Conservation Planning2021
Professor John Pendlebury
The Byker Community Trust and the 'Byker Approach'2021
Professor John Pendlebury
Dr Loes Veldpaus
After the Crash: the conservation-planning assemblage in an era of austerity2019
Dr Loes Veldpaus
Professor John Pendlebury
Heritage as a Vehicle for Development: The Case of Bigg Market, Newcastle upon Tyne2019
Professor John Pendlebury
The ‘spirit of living continuity’? Revisiting the urban vision, methodologies and influence of the Studies in Conservation2019
Professor John Pendlebury
Dr Loes Veldpaus
Heritage and Brexit2018
Professor John Pendlebury
Dr Lucy Hewitt
Place and voluntary activity in inter-war England: topophilia and professionalization2018
Professor John Pendlebury
Dr Andrew Law
Re-using 'uncomfortable heritage': The case of the 1933 Building, Shanghai2018
Dr Loes Veldpaus
Professor John Pendlebury
Brexit & Heritage: report ESRC IAA funded workshop2017
Dr Neveen Hamza
Professor John Pendlebury
Sustained Liveability: A framework beyond Energy Conscious Building Conservation of Market Halls2017
Dr Yi Wen Wang
Professor John Pendlebury
The Modern Abattoir as a Machine for Killing: The Municipal Abattoir of the International Shanghai Settlement, 19332016
Professor John Pendlebury
Heritage and Policy2015
Professor John Pendlebury
Dr Konrad Miciukiewicz
Regiones metropolitanas, centros historicos y patrimonio cultural: el caso del Reino Unido2015
Trevor Hart
Professor Simin Davoudi
Professor John Pendlebury
Professor Geoff Vigar
Dr David Webb
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Town and Country Planning in the UK2015
Professor John Pendlebury
Dr Erdem Erten
Alternative Visions of Post-War Reconstruction: Creating the Modern Townscape2014
Professor John Pendlebury
Dr Neveen Hamza
Professor Adam Sharr
Conservation Values, Conservation-Planning and Climate Change2014
Dr Lucy Hewitt
Professor John Pendlebury
Local associations and participation in place: change and continuity in the relationship between state and civil society in twentieth-century Britain2014
Professor John Pendlebury
The Anatomy of the Village2014
Professor John Pendlebury
Conservation values, the authorised heritage discourse and the conservation-planning assemblage2013
Professor Graham Farmer
Professor John Pendlebury
Conserving Dirty Concrete: The Decline and Rise of Pasmore's Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee2013
Professor John Pendlebury
Centenary paper: Urban conservation and the shaping of the English city2011
Professor Simin Davoudi
Professor John Pendlebury
Evolution of planning as an academic discipline2010
Professor John Pendlebury
Introduction: Valuing Historic Environments2009
Professor John Pendlebury
Professor Tim Townshend
Professor Rose Gilroy
Social Housing as Heritage: The Case of Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne2009
Professor John Pendlebury
The urbanism of Thomas Sharp2009
Professor John Pendlebury
Thomas Sharp and the modern townscape2009
Professor John Pendlebury
Urban World Heritage Sites and the problem of authenticity2009
Professor John Pendlebury
Valuing Historic Environments2009
Professor John Pendlebury
Conservation in the Age of Consensus2008
Professor Rose Gilroy
Professor John Pendlebury
Professor Tim Townshend
Making Better Places Through Heritage Designation? The Byker Estate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne2008
Professor John Pendlebury
News from the field: 'Town and townscape: The work and life of Thomas Sharp'2008
Professor John Pendlebury
Reconstruction planning and the small town in early post-war Britain2008
Professor John Pendlebury
Planning the Historic City: 1960s Plans for Bath and York2006
Professor John Pendlebury
The modern historic city: evolving ideas in mid-20th-century Britain2005
Professor Simon Marvin
Professor John Pendlebury
Planning Research in the United Kingdom2004
Professor Tim Townshend
Professor Rose Gilroy
Professor John Pendlebury
The conservation of English cultural built heritage: a force for social inclusion?2004
Emeritus Professor Patsy Healey OBE
Dr Claudio De Magalhaes
Professor Ali Madanipour
Professor John Pendlebury
Place, identity and local politics: analysing partnership initiatives2003
Professor John Pendlebury
Planning the Historic City: 1940s Reconstruction Plans in Britain2003
Professor John Pendlebury
Planning the historic city: Reconstruction plans in the United Kingdom in the 1940s2003
Professor John Pendlebury
Conservation and regeneration: Complementary or conflicting processes? The case of grainger town, Newcastle upon Tyne2002
Professor John Pendlebury
Professor Tim Townshend
Public Involvement in Residential Conservation Planning: Values Attitudes and Future Directions2002
Emeritus Professor Patsy Healey OBE
Professor Ali Madanipour
Dr Claudio De Magalhaes
Professor John Pendlebury
Shaping City Centre Futures: Conservation, regeneration and institutional capacity2002
Professor John Pendlebury
Alas Smith and Burns? Conservation in Newcastle upon Tyne city centre 1959-19682001
Professor John Pendlebury
Conservation in the United Kingdom2001
Dr Hisham Elkadi
Professor John Pendlebury
Developing an information model to support integrating conservation strategies in urban management2001
Professor John Pendlebury
Conservation, Conservatives and consensus: the success of conservation under the Thatcher and Major Governments, 1979-19972000
Professor Tim Townshend
Professor John Pendlebury
Public Participation in the Conservation of Historic Areas: Case-studies from North-east England1999
Professor Tim Townshend
Professor John Pendlebury
The Conservation of Historic Areas and Public Participation1999
Professor John Pendlebury
The conservation of historic areas in the UK: A case study of 'Grainger Town', Newcastle upon Tyne1999
Professor John Pendlebury
The place of historic parks and gardens in the English planning system: Towards statutory controls?1999