A continental ambience? A study of the urban management of mixed-use entertainment neighbourhoods in northern European cities

Roberts, M., Newman, P., Bailey, Nick, Greenfield, S., Osborn, G. and Edmundson, T. 2002. A continental ambience? A study of the urban management of mixed-use entertainment neighbourhoods in northern European cities. London, UK Institute of Alcohol Studies.

TitleA continental ambience? A study of the urban management of mixed-use entertainment neighbourhoods in northern European cities
AuthorsRoberts, M., Newman, P., Bailey, Nick, Greenfield, S., Osborn, G. and Edmundson, T.
TypeProject report
Year2002
PublisherInstitute of Alcohol Studies
Place of publicationLondon, UK
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Published2002

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Newman, P. 2007. Back the bid: the 2012 summer games and the governance of London. Journal of Urban Affairs. 29 (3), pp. 255-267.

Expecting 'Great Things'? The impact of the Licensing Act 2003 on democratic involvement, dispersal and drinking cultures
Roberts, M. and Eldridge, A. 2007. Expecting 'Great Things'? The impact of the Licensing Act 2003 on democratic involvement, dispersal and drinking cultures. London University of Westminster.

Sharing space: urban design and social mixing in mixed income new communities
Roberts, M. 2007. Sharing space: urban design and social mixing in mixed income new communities. Planning Theory & Practice. 8 (2), pp. 183-204.

Quieter, safer, cheaper? Planning for more inclusive town centres at night
Roberts, M. and Eldridge, A. 2007. Quieter, safer, cheaper? Planning for more inclusive town centres at night. Planning Practice and Research. 22 (2), pp. 253-266.

Genre, iconography and British legal film
Greenfield, S., Osborn, G. and Robson, P. 2007. Genre, iconography and British legal film. Baltimore Law Review. 36 (3), pp. 371-391.

Quieter safer cheaper
Roberts, M. and Eldridge, A. 2007. Quieter safer cheaper. New concepts and approaches for Urban and Regional Policy and Planning?. Leuven, Belgium 02 - 03 Apr 2007

Strategic spatial planning: collective action and moments of opportunity
Newman, P. 2007. Strategic spatial planning: collective action and moments of opportunity. New Concepts and Approaches for Urban and Regional Policy and Planning?. Leuven, Belgium 02 - 03 Apr 2007

Metropolitan regions: international lessons
Newman, P. 2007. Metropolitan regions: international lessons. Noordvleugel 2040. Amsterdam 07 Feb 2007

Cultural policy and tourism development in East London
Newman, P. 2007. Cultural policy and tourism development in East London. L'Attractivite des territoires: Regards croises PUCA/UP seminaire grande arche de la Defense. Paris, France 2007

Rediscovering mixed-use streets: the contribution of local high streets to sustainable communities
Jones, P., Roberts, M. and Morris, L. 2007. Rediscovering mixed-use streets: the contribution of local high streets to sustainable communities. Bristol Policy Press in association with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Creating and sustaining mixed income communities in Scotland: a good practice guide
Bailey, Nick, Haworth, A., Manzi, T. and Roberts, M. 2007. Creating and sustaining mixed income communities in Scotland: a good practice guide. Published for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation by Chartered Institute of Housing.

Why is it so difficult to build successful, well designed and sustainable mixed tenure communities? Learning the lessons from housing and regeneration strategies in England and Scotland
Bailey, Nick 2007. Why is it so difficult to build successful, well designed and sustainable mixed tenure communities? Learning the lessons from housing and regeneration strategies in England and Scotland. AESOP Congress. University of Naples, Italy 11 - 14 Jul 2007

Opportunities and barriers to creating fully integrated mixed tenure communities: a comparison of housing and regeneration strategies in England and Scotland
Bailey, Nick 2007. Opportunities and barriers to creating fully integrated mixed tenure communities: a comparison of housing and regeneration strategies in England and Scotland. Planning Research Conference: thinking spaces for making places. Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh 10 -12 Apr 2007

Recruitment and retention of planners in London: a report for London Councils
Edmundson, T. and Rawson, E. 2006. Recruitment and retention of planners in London: a report for London Councils. London London Councils.

From 'creative city' to 'no-go areas': the expansion of the night-time economy in British town and city centres
Roberts, M. 2006. From 'creative city' to 'no-go areas': the expansion of the night-time economy in British town and city centres. Cities. 23 (5), pp. 331-338.

A continental ambience? Lessons in managing alcohol-related evening and night-time entertainment from four European capitals
Roberts, M., Turner, C., Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2006. A continental ambience? Lessons in managing alcohol-related evening and night-time entertainment from four European capitals. Urban Studies. 43 (7), pp. 1105-1125.

A place for citizenship? Women, urban design and neighbourhood planning
Roberts, M. 2006. A place for citizenship? Women, urban design and neighbourhood planning. in: Buckingham, S. (ed.) In the hands of women: paradigms of citizenship Manchester, UK Manchester University Press. pp. 95-126

Law, music and the creative process: who is an author?
Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2006. Law, music and the creative process: who is an author? in: Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. (ed.) Readings in law and popular culture London, UK Routledge. pp. 310-324

Law, legal education and popular culture
Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2006. Law, legal education and popular culture. in: Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. (ed.) Readings in law and popular culture London, UK Routledge. pp. 1-11

Creating and sustaining mixed income communities: a good practice guide
Bailey, Nick, Haworth, A., Manzi, T., Paranagamage, P. and Roberts, M. 2006. Creating and sustaining mixed income communities: a good practice guide. Chartered Institute of Housing/Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Perceptions of lawyers: a transnational study of student views on the image of law and lawyers
Asimow, M., Greenfield, S., Jorge, G., Machura, S., Osborn, G., Robson, P., Sharp, C. and Sockloskie, R. 2005. Perceptions of lawyers: a transnational study of student views on the image of law and lawyers. International Journal of the Legal Profession. 12 (3), pp. 407-436.

Transformation or bureaucratisation?: the changing role of community representation in local strategic partnerships in England
Bailey, Nick 2005. Transformation or bureaucratisation?: the changing role of community representation in local strategic partnerships in England. Journal of Civil Society. 1 (2), pp. 147-162.

Professionalism and skills enhancement in the built environment: the role of higher education in a changing policy context in England
Bailey, Nick 2005. Professionalism and skills enhancement in the built environment: the role of higher education in a changing policy context in England. CEBE Transactions. 2 (2), pp. 46-60.

The great skills debate: defining and delivering the skills required for community regeneration in England
Bailey, Nick 2005. The great skills debate: defining and delivering the skills required for community regeneration in England. Planning Practice and Research. 20 (3), pp. 341-352.

Conflicts of liveability in the 24-hour city: learning from 48 hours in the life of London's Soho
Roberts, M. and Turner, C. 2005. Conflicts of liveability in the 24-hour city: learning from 48 hours in the life of London's Soho. Journal of Urban Design. 10 (2), pp. 171-193.

Transformations in the night-time economy in English town centres: challenges to management
Roberts, M. 2005. Transformations in the night-time economy in English town centres: challenges to management. in: Brebbia, A., Kungelos, C.A. and Beriatos, E. (ed.) Sustainable Development and Planning II Southampton, UK WIT.

London: the mayor, partnership and world city business
Newman, P. and Thornley, A. 2005. London: the mayor, partnership and world city business. in: Booth, P. and Jouve, B. (ed.) Metropolitan democracies: transformations of the state and urban policy in Canada, France and Great Britain Aldershot, UK Ashgate.

Global competition and city regional governance in Europe
Herrschel, T. and Newman, P. 2005. Global competition and city regional governance in Europe. in: Sagan, I. and Halkier, H. (ed.) Regionalism contested: institution, society and governance Aldershot, UK Ashgate. pp. 203-222

The double meaning of law: does it matter if film lawyers are unethical?
Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2005. The double meaning of law: does it matter if film lawyers are unethical? in: Freeman, M. (ed.) Law and popular culture Oxford, UK Oxford University Press.

Developing metropolitan tourism on the fringe of central London
Maitland, R. and Newman, P. 2004. Developing metropolitan tourism on the fringe of central London. International Journal of Tourism Research. 6 (5), pp. 339-348.

First national survey evening and night-time activities in England
Roberts, M. and Gornostaeva, G. 2004. First national survey evening and night-time activities in England. London, UK The Civic Trust.

Good practice in managing the evening and late night economy: a literature review from an environmental perspective
Roberts, M. 2004. Good practice in managing the evening and late night economy: a literature review from an environmental perspective. London, UK Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.

Planning world cities: globalization and urban politics
Newman, P. and Thornley, A. 2004. Planning world cities: globalization and urban politics. Basingstoke, UK Palgrave Macmillan.

Londres: le maire et le partenariat dans une ville globale
Newman, P. 2004. Londres: le maire et le partenariat dans une ville globale. in: Booth, P. and Jouve, B. (ed.) Democraies metropolitaines Quebec, Canada Presses de l'Universite de Quebec. pp. 93-110

Higher education, professionalism and skills in the built environment: the impact of the new urban agenda on teaching and learning
McIntosh, S. and Bailey, Nick 2004. Higher education, professionalism and skills in the built environment: the impact of the new urban agenda on teaching and learning. Cardiff, UK Centre for Education in the Built Environment.

Distinctive places and the reconfiguration of London tourism
Maitland, R. and Newman, P. 2004. Distinctive places and the reconfiguration of London tourism. 34th Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association. Washington DC, USA 31 Mar - 02 April 2004

Governance and new regionalism in the capital city regions of England and Germany
Herrschel, T. and Newman, P. 2004. Governance and new regionalism in the capital city regions of England and Germany. in: Wood, A. and Valler, D. (ed.) Governing local and regional economies: institutions, politics, and economic development Aldershot, UK Ashgate. pp. 247-276

Continued division through obstructionist institutionalism: the city-region of Berlin and Brandenburg 15 years on
Herrschel, T. and Newman, P. 2004. Continued division through obstructionist institutionalism: the city-region of Berlin and Brandenburg 15 years on. DISP. 156, pp. 98-104.

Copyright law and power in the music industry
Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2004. Copyright law and power in the music industry. in: Simon, F. and Marshall, L. (ed.) Music and copyright. 2nd edition Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press. pp. 89-102

The potential role of planning technicians and planning support staff in enhancing service delivery in a reformed statutory planning system
Edmundson, T. 2004. The potential role of planning technicians and planning support staff in enhancing service delivery in a reformed statutory planning system. London, UK Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.

Recruitment and retention of planners: towards addressing the need for planners in London
Edmundson, T. 2004. Recruitment and retention of planners: towards addressing the need for planners in London. London, UK Association of London Government.

Local strategic partnerships in England: the continuing search for collaborative advantage, leadership and strategy in urban governance
Bailey, Nick 2003. Local strategic partnerships in England: the continuing search for collaborative advantage, leadership and strategy in urban governance. Planning Theory and Practice. 4 (4), pp. 443-457.

Incentives and disincentives to city-regional cooperation in the Berlin-Brandenburg conurbation
Hauswirth, I., Herrschel, T. and Newman, P. 2003. Incentives and disincentives to city-regional cooperation in the Berlin-Brandenburg conurbation. European Urban and Regional Studies. 10 (2), pp. 119-134.

Celebrating community involvement: leading lights, moving spirits and lattice-work networks
Peel, D. and Bailey, Nick 2003. Celebrating community involvement: leading lights, moving spirits and lattice-work networks. London, UK Development Trusts Association.

Globalization, world cities and urban planning: developing a conceptual framework
Newman, P. and Thornley, A. 2003. Globalization, world cities and urban planning: developing a conceptual framework. in: Rydin, Y. and Thornley, A. (ed.) Planning in a Global Era UK Ashgate. pp. 13-27

Die governance europaischer stadtregion
Newman, P. 2003. Die governance europaischer stadtregion. Informationen zur Raumentwicklung. (8/9), pp. 543-555.

Church Street Neighbourhood Forum
Newman, P. 2003. Church Street Neighbourhood Forum. Urbancanada, Stategic Planning Ltd.

Black and minority ethnic representation in planning: a baseline study
Edmundson, T. and Simpson, I. 2003. Black and minority ethnic representation in planning: a baseline study. London, UK Planning Inspectorate.

The Stade de France: the last expression of French centralism?
Newman, P. and Tual, M. 2002. The Stade de France: the last expression of French centralism? European Planning Studies. 10 (7), pp. 831-843.

Governance of Europe's city regions: planning, policy, and politics
Herrschel, T. and Newman, P. 2002. Governance of Europe's city regions: planning, policy, and politics. UK Routledge.

Building sustainable networks: a study of public participation and social capital
Bailey, Nick and Peel, D. 2002. Building sustainable networks: a study of public participation and social capital. in: Rydin, Y. and Thornley, A. (ed.) Planning in the UK: agendas for the new millennium UK Ashgate. pp. 157-182

Borders and boundaries: locating the law in film
Osborn, G. 2001. Borders and boundaries: locating the law in film. Journal of Law and Society. 28 (1), pp. 164-176.

Hero or villain?: Cinematic lawyers and the delivery of justice
Greenfield, S. 2001. Hero or villain?: Cinematic lawyers and the delivery of justice. Journal of Law and Society. 28 (1), pp. 25-39.

Managing the transition to work: the role of the planning network in British town planning education
Bailey, Nick and Walker, H. 2001. Managing the transition to work: the role of the planning network in British town planning education. Planning Practice & Research. 16 (1), pp. 71-78.

Understanding the city in terms of design: urban generators
Roberts, M. and Lloyd-Jones, T. 2001. Understanding the city in terms of design: urban generators. in: Roberts, M. and Greed, C. (ed.) Approaching urban design: the design process Essex, UK Pearson Education. pp. 8-17

Urban composition
Roberts, M. 2001. Urban composition. in: Roberts, M. and Greed, C. (ed.) Approaching urban design: the design process Harlow, UK Longman.

Contemporary issues and the public realm
Roberts, M. 2001. Contemporary issues and the public realm. in: Roberts, M. and Greed, C. (ed.) Approaching urban design: the design process Harlow, UK Longman.

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

Film and the law
Greenfield, S., Osborn, G. and Robson, P. 2001. Film and the law. London, UK Cavendish Publishing.

Regulating football: commodification consumption and the law
Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2001. Regulating football: commodification consumption and the law. London, UK Pluto.

Planning for leisure and tourism
Evans, C., Maitland, R., Edmundson, T. and Morley, S. 2001. Planning for leisure and tourism. UK Department of Environment, Transport and the Regions.

Pavement cafés, markets and the highway
Edmundson, T., Rawson, E. and Khalil, M. 2001. Pavement cafés, markets and the highway. Japan Japanese Ministry of Construction.

Defining the education and training needs for the new urban agenda
Bailey, Nick, Crocker, S., Claydon, J. and Higgins, M. 2001. Defining the education and training needs for the new urban agenda. Planning Network/CEBE.

The UK experience in containing growth and sustaining the compact city
Bailey, Nick 2001. The UK experience in containing growth and sustaining the compact city. Urban Planning and Spatial Development Journal. 5, pp. 28-36.

Strategy and partnership: governing London in the millenium
Bailey, Nick 2001. Strategy and partnership: governing London in the millenium. in: Syrett, S. and Baldock, R. (ed.) Governing London: competitiveness and regeneration for a global city Middlesex, UK Middlesex University Press. pp. 92-103

The ties that bind: charting contemporary sporting contractual relation
Greenfield, S. 2000. The ties that bind: charting contemporary sporting contractual relation. in: Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. (ed.) Law and sport in contemporary society London, UK Frank Cass. pp. 129-154

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.

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

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