Mr Tim Edmundson

PTVL - DCDI

DepartmentDesign, Creative and Digital Industries

Research outputs

The 2012 games: the regeneration legacy
Smith, A., Stevenson, N. and Edmundson, T. 2011. The 2012 games: the regeneration legacy. RICS.

Market analysis for potential inspectors
Edmundson, T. and Wilden, T. 2008. Market analysis for potential inspectors. Planning Inspectorate for England and Wales.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 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.