Understanding social sustainability: key concepts and developments in theory and practice

Manzi, T., Lucas, K., Lloyd-Jones, T. and Allen, J. 2010. Understanding social sustainability: key concepts and developments in theory and practice. in: Manzi, T., Lucas, K., Lloyd-Jones, T. and Allen, J. (ed.) Social sustainability in urban areas: communities, connectivity, and the urban fabric London, UK Earthscan.

Chapter titleUnderstanding social sustainability: key concepts and developments in theory and practice
AuthorsManzi, T., Lucas, K., Lloyd-Jones, T. and Allen, J.
EditorsManzi, T., Lucas, K., Lloyd-Jones, T. and Allen, J.
Book titleSocial sustainability in urban areas: communities, connectivity, and the urban fabric
Year2010
PublisherEarthscan
Publication dates
Published2010
Place of publicationLondon, UK
ISBN9781844076741

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The integrated metropolis: a strategy for the networked, multi-centred city
Lloyd-Jones, T., Roberts, M., Nice, S. and Erickson, B. 2001. The integrated metropolis: a strategy for the networked, multi-centred city. in: Madanipour, A., Healey, P. and Hull, A. (ed.) The governance of place: space and planning processes Aldershot, UK Ashgate. pp. 102-123

Understanding the design task: the design process
Lloyd-Jones, T. 2001. Understanding the design task: the design process. in: Roberts, M. and Greed, C. (ed.) Approaching urban design: the design process Essex, UK Pearson Education. pp. 51-56

Understanding the city in terms of design: design problems
Erickson, B. and Lloyd-Jones, T. 2001. Understanding the city in terms of design: design problems. in: Roberts, M. and Greed, C. (ed.) Approaching urban design: the design process Essex, England Pearson Education. pp. 3-7

Social exclusion and neighbourhood governance
Allen, J. and Cars, G. 2001. Social exclusion and neighbourhood governance. Urban Futures: Urban Policy Developments and Urban Social Transformations in Europe in the 21st Century. Sodertalje, Sweden 9-12 May 2001 Sweden Swedish ministry of industry, employment and communications.

Guide to good practice in core area development: DFID research project R6860 – Delhi field studies and workshop, March 2000
Theis, M., Lloyd-Jones, T., Sagoo, I., Kalra, R., Povey, M. and Carmona, S. 2000. Guide to good practice in core area development: DFID research project R6860 – Delhi field studies and workshop, March 2000. Max Lock Centre, University of Westminster, London, UK and Department of Regional and City Planning, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning, Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia.

Guide to good practice in core area development: DFID research project R6860 – Jakarta field studies and workshop, March 2000
Theis, M., Lloyd-Jones, T., Erickson, B., Kalra, R., Povey, M. and Mulyawan, B. 2000. Guide to good practice in core area development: DFID research project R6860 – Jakarta field studies and workshop, March 2000. London, UK. Max Lock Centre, University of Westminster, London, UK and Department of Regional and City Planning, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning, Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia.

Guide to good practice in core area development: good practice guidelines
Theis, M., Lloyd-Jones, T. and Carmona, S. 2000. Guide to good practice in core area development: good practice guidelines. London, UK. Max Lock Centre, University of Westminster, London, UK and Department of Regional and City Planning, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning, Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia.

Improving research knowledge transfer: final report
Theis, M., Erickson, B., Kalra, R., Lloyd-Jones, T., Gandelsonas, C., Gholam, K., Vallejo, L. and Povey, M. 2000. Improving research knowledge transfer: final report. London, UK. Max Lock Centre, University of Westminster, London, UK and Department of Regional and City Planning, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning, Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia.

Compact city policies for megacities: core areas and metropolitan regions
Lloyd-Jones, T. 2000. Compact city policies for megacities: core areas and metropolitan regions. in: Jenks, M. and Burgess, R. (ed.) Compact cities: sustainable urban forms for developing countries London, UK. Spon. pp. 37-52

Improving research knowledge transfer: guides
Gandelsonas, C., Erickson, B., Kalra, R., Gholam, K., Lloyd-Jones, T., Povey, M., Theis, M. and Vallejo, L. 2000. Improving research knowledge transfer: guides. London, UK. Max Lock Centre, University of Westminster, London, UK and Department of Regional and City Planning, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning, Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia.

Place and space in the networked city: conceptualising the integrated metropolis
Roberts, M., Lloyd-Jones, T., Erickson, B. and Nice, S. 1999. Place and space in the networked city: conceptualising the integrated metropolis. Journal of Urban Design. 4 (1), pp. 51-66.

Guide to good practice in core area development
Lloyd-Jones, T., Theis, M., Sagoo, I. and Khosla, R. 1998. Guide to good practice in core area development. in: Romaya, S. (ed.) The management of sustainable development in fast growing urban areas: report of the proceedings of the 15th inter-schools conference, 29-31March, 1998 Cardiff, UK. CPLAN Technical Unit, Department of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University.

The scope of urban design
Lloyd-Jones, T. 1998. The scope of urban design. in: Greed, C. and Roberts, M. (ed.) Introducing urban design: interventions and responses Harlow, Essex, UK. Longman Higher Education. pp. 15-38

Rule-based models as planning tools: three prototypes
Erickson, B. and Lloyd-Jones, T. 1998. Rule-based models as planning tools: three prototypes. in: Sikdar, P.K., Dhigra, S.L. and Krishna Rao, K.V. (ed.) Computers in urban planning and management volume 2 New Delhi, India Narosa Publishing House.

Mixed uses and urban design
Roberts, M. and Lloyd-Jones, T. 1997. Mixed uses and urban design. in: Coupland, A. (ed.) Reclaiming the city: mixed use development London, UK. E & FN Spon. pp. 149-178

Experiments with settlement aggregation models
Erickson, B. and Lloyd-Jones, T. 1997. Experiments with settlement aggregation models. in: Space Syntax, First international conference, volume 1 proceedings London, UK. Space Syntax Laboratory, the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University College London.

Experiments with settlement aggregation models
Erickson, B. and Lloyd-Jones, T. 1997. Experiments with settlement aggregation models. Environment and Planning B: planning and design. 24 (6), pp. 903-928.

A review of modeling and simulation in urban spatial planning
Lloyd-Jones, T. and Erickson, B. 1996. A review of modeling and simulation in urban spatial planning. in: Lloyd-Jones, T. (ed.) Computers in urban spatial planning: a guide to research for developing world applications London, UK. CUSP Joint Research Team and Overseas Development Administration. Urban Design Unit, University of Westminster.

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