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  • Appraising infrastructure for new towns in Ireland 

    Hunt, Dexter V.L.; Lombardi, D. Rachel; Jefferson, I.; Rogers, Chris D.F.; Butler, David; Memon, Fayyaz (ICE Publishing, 2012)
    Over a 20 year period 1996–2016, a new 223 ha town is being developed 10 miles west of Dublin's city centre on the south side of Lucan, County Dublin, in the Republic of Ireland (ROI). This €4 billion ‘Adamstown’ development ...
  • Scenario archetypes: converging rather than diverging themes 

    Hunt, Dexter V.L.; Lombardi, D. Rachel; Atkinson, Stuart; Barber, Austin R.G.; Barnes, Matthew; Boyko, Christopher T.; Brown, Julie; Bryson, John; Butler, David; Caputo, Silvio; Caserio, Maria; Coles, Richard; Cooper, Rachel F.D.; Farmani, Raziyeh; Gaterell, Mark; Hale, James; Hales, Chantal; Hewitt, C. Nicholas; Jankovic, Lubo; Jefferson, I.; Leach, J.; MacKenzie, A. Rob; Memon, Fayyaz; Sadker, Jon P.; Weingaertner, Carina; Whyatt, J. Duncan; Rogers, Chris D.F. (2012)
    Future scenarios provide challenging, plausible and relevant stories about how the future could unfold. Urban Futures (UF) research has identified a substantial set (>450) of seemingly disparate scenarios published over ...
  • Scenario-based sustainable water management and urban regeneration 

    Farmani, Raziyeh; Butler, David; Hunt, Dexter V.L.; Memon, Fayyaz; Abdelmeguid, Hossam; Ward, Sarah; Rogers, Chris D.F. (ICE Publishing, 2012)
    Deployable output (source availability) from water resources in north west England is predicted to decrease over the next 25 years. Alternative supply management strategies are planned to help avoid a deficit in the ...
  • Urban futures and the code for sustainable homes 

    Hunt, Dexter V.L.; Lombardi, D. Rachel; Farmani, Raziyeh; Jefferson, I.; Memon, Fayyaz; Butler, David; Rogers, Chris D.F. (ICE Publishing, 2012)
    A 6?6 ha (66 000 m2) regeneration site, commonly referred to as Luneside East, is to be turned from a run down, economically under-achieving area of Lancaster, UK, into a new, distinctive, vibrant, sustainable quarter of ...