Items where SHU Author is "Goodchild, Barry"
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JEANNOT, Gilles and GOODCHILD, Barry (2011). Fuzzy jobs in local partnerships : case studies of urban and rural regeneration in France and England. Public Administration, 89 (3), 1110-1127.
GOODCHILD, Barry and WALSHAW, Aimee (2011). Towards zero carbon homes in England? : from inception to partial implementation. Housing Studies, 26 (6), 933-949.
GOODCHILD, B. (2010). Conservative Party policy for planning: caught between the market and local communities. People Place and Policy Online, 4 (1), 19-23.
GOODCHILD, Barry, JEANNOT, G. and HICKMAN, Paul (2010). Professions, occupational roles and skills in urban policy : a reworking of the debates in England and France. Urban Studies, 47 (12), 2555-2572.
JEANNOT, Gilles, GOODCHILD, Barry and HICKMAN, Paul (2008). Les nouveaux métiers de la ville : Pouvoirs publics et recherche urbaine = New professions in urban planning: Public authorities and urban research. Annales de la recherche urbaine, 104, 100-109.
GOODCHILD, B. J. (2003). Implementing the right to housing in France: strengthening or fragmenting the welfare state? Housing theory and society, 20 (2), 86-97.
GOODCHILD, B. J., HICKMAN, P. G. and ROBINSON, D. (2002). Unpopular housing in England in conditions of low demand: coping with a diversity of problems and policy measures. Town planning review, 73 (4), 373-393.
GOODCHILD, B. J. (2001). Applying theories of social communication to housing law: towards a workable framework. Housing studies, 16 (1), 75-95.
GOODCHILD, B. J. and COLE, I. D. (2001). Social balance and mixed neighbourhoods in Britain since 1979: a review of discourse and practice in social housing. Environment and planning D: society and space.
Conference or Workshop Item
WALSHAW, Aimee, GOODCHILD, Barry and O'FLAHERTY, Fin (2012). User perspectives in low energy housing. In: The ENHR Conference 2012, Lillehammer, June 2012.
GOODCHILD, Barry (2008). Homes, cities and neighbourhoods : planning and the residential landscapes of modern Britain. Ashgate.