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  • The East Coast Corridor: spatial development strategies for the Dublin-Belfast metropolitan regions 

    Williams, Brendan; Berry, James; McGreal, Stanley (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    The purpose of this paper is to reflect on the European perspective concerning spatial development strategies in relation to metropolitan corridors and to assess the role of these strategies specifically on the metropolitan ...
  • Local development issues on the urban periphery: Tallaght from the bottom-up 

    Punch, Michael (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    The aim of this paper is to contribute to the understanding of aspects of urban social change by orientating the analysis around a grassroots-level focus . Specifically, bottom-up experiences of and responses to some of ...
  • Table of contents (Journal of Irish Urban Studies, Vol.1 (No. 1), 2002) 

    Unknown author (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    Table of contents
  • The expansion of Dublin and the policy implications of dispersal 

    Williams, Brendan; Shiels, Patrick (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    While the process of economic globalisation has presented the region with significant opportunities the future and continuing economic development of the region is also threatened by global exposure of the export orientated ...
  • Planning suburbia: development density issues 

    Biddlecombe, Bob (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    The right of speculative developers and government officials to significantly modify the culture of its poorest and weakest citizens in order to amortise the land banks and squeeze an already overdeveloped city into its ...
  • Dublin's north fringe: a new model for suburban greenfield development 

    Gleeson, Dick (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    The process described here represents a negotiated Masterplan initiated by Dublin Corporation to provide a coherent urban design and implementation framework for the development of a major new urban area on the northern ...
  • Participation at the periphery: community participation in reformed local government structures 

    O Broin, Deric (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    This paper briefly examines the current local government structures in Ireland and, in particular, the role and experience of the newly established structures in Fingal County Council and Dublin Corporation. The example ...
  • Front cover & preliminary pages (Journal of Irish Urban Studies, Vol.1 (No. 1), 2002 

    Unknown author (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    The publication of the Journal of Irish Urban Studies marks a growing recognition of the importance of urban-related issues in Irish society. It has been establlshcd as a forum for the dissemination of researeh and the ...
  • The suburbanisation of office development in Dublin and its transport implications 

    MacLaran, Andrew; Killen, James (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    Cities exist primarily to accommodate the vast range offunctions associated with the division of labour. By and large, it is the private-sector property development sector which equips space to accommodate this multiplicity ...
  • The high rise dilemma: facing the paradox of diversification and intensification 

    Worthington, John (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    This paper aims to place the need for urban intensification in the context of a changing social, economic and urban landscape. It draws on DEGW's work for major corporates globally and SANE (Sustainable Accommodation for ...
  • Front cover & preliminary pages (Journal of Irish Urban Studies, Vol.1 (No. 2), 2003 

    Unknown author (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    Front cover & preliminary pages, Journal of Irish Urban Studies, Vol.1 (Issue 2), 2002
  • Policy and practice in tenant participation: empowering tenants? 

    Redmond, Declan (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    This article presents the initial results of research into tenant participation across a number of different urban local authorities. Following this introduction, which sets out the context and background. the second ...
  • Table of contents (Journal of Irish Urban Studies, Vol.1 (No. 2), 2003) 

    Unknown author (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    Table of contents, Journal of Irish Urban Studies, Vol.1 (Issue 2), 2002
  • Economic geographies of rhe urban system: top-down, bottom-up trajectories of development and change in Dublin's inner city 

    Punch, Michael (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    The aim of this paper is to examine some top-down and bottom-up aspects of recent processes of economic development and transformation. as these have played out across Dublin 's inner city. In particular. the paper offers ...
  • The growth in office take-up in Dublins suburbs: a product of occupiers' changing locationaf criteria? 

    Bertz, Sunnhild (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    This paper addresses thc role which user-demand has played in influencing the viability of large-scale suburban office development in Dublin. particularly at new suburban locations. It is based on a wider study of the ...
  • Scenario planning, an evolution of practice 

    Ratcliffe, John (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    Scenario Planning is fast becoming one of the most popular and persuasive tcchniques, used in strategic planning and foresighting cxercises of all kinds in both public and private sectors, It is likely that the approach ...
  • Transport infrastructures and sustainability of urban development 

    Kamp, Hendrik van der (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    There is an increasing degree of concern over the continuing sprawl of low density development outwards from the Dublin Region and the leapfrogging pattern of commuter based housing development as urban centres some distance ...
  • The planning system and housing supply 

    Meehan, Brian (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2003)
    Section 1.0 of this paper outlines the evolution of housing supply in the context of planning and housing legislation/policy. In this context, Section 2.0 evaluates Part V of the Planning and Development Act 2000, as amended ...
  • The emergence of the housing affordability gap 

    McNulty, Paul (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2003)
    This paper proposes strongly that housing affordability is a real issue, though it has often been overlooked because it is obscure and by its nature difficult to analyse: it is not as easily explainable as, say, adequate ...
  • Supply constraints and serviced land development supply in the Dublin region: a review of the projections and recommendations of Bacon III 

    MacCabe, Fergal (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2003)
    This papers examines the supply constraints and serviced land development supply in the Dublin region in the light of the projections and recommendations of the Bacon III report and makes further recommendations.