Events in 2007

12 December 2007
Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble: The Political Economy of Brown’s Britain
Dr Matthew Watson,
 University of Warwick
A Regeneration Institute Seminar

11 December 2007
Environmental Integration and the 2007 US Farm Bill: Limits and Opportunities in a Representative Government System
Dr Peter Feindt, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
An Environment Research Group event

4 December 2007
Planting Spaces, Growing Places: Exploring the Role of Environmental Projects in Regeneration
Professor Paul Milbourne,
 Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
A Regeneration Institute Lunch-Time Discussion

4 December 2007
Competing and Disputant Models of Rural Development in Brazil: Challenges and Perspectives
Dr Sergio Schneider,
 Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul and Visiting Scholar to Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
A Policy and Practice Unit Seminar

29-30  November 2007
An Urban Design Renaissance in Cardiff, Nottingham, Birmingham and Bristol?
Co-ordinated by Professor John Punter, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
The first of four seminars in the ESRC Seminar Series 2007-8, co-sponsored by Design Commission for Wales

27 November 2007
How Green is my Alley?
Professor Paul Milbourne, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
An Environment Research Group event

13 November 2007
The Challenge of Sustainable Communities
Professor Terry Marsden, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
An Environment Research Group event

30 October 2007
The Entrepreneurial Skills of Farmer: Studies of Tuscany and Wales
Dr Selyf Morgan, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
An Environment Research Group event

16 October 2007
Entrepreneurs in the Eco-economy: Case-studies in Rural Wales
Dr Lawrence Kitchen, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
An Environment Research Group event

29-30 June 2007
International Conference on China's Urban Transition and City Planning

Jointly organised by the Urban China Research Centre and Urban Planning Society of China, PRC and sponsored by The Leverhulme Trust

13 June 2007
Regeneration and the British Working Class
Professor Huw Beynon,
 Cardiff School of Social Sciences
A Regeneration Institute Lunch-Time Discussion

5 June 2007
Sustainable Developments in Housing
Dr Susan Moore, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
An Environment Research Group event

22 May 2007
Agricultural Co-operation in Wales
Mr Joek Roex, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
An Environment Research Group event

9 May 2007
No Strings Attached: Spatial Planning in Action?
Professor Greg Lloyd, University of Liverpool
A Policy and Practice Unit Public Lecture

8 May 2007
Sustainability and Local Food
Dr Yoko Kanemasu, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
An Environment Research Group event

2 May 2007
Second Generation Housing Stock Transfers
Dr Bob Smith, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
A Housing Research Network event

25 April 2007
Community ‘Capacity Building’ in Local Regeneration Strategy: A Discussion of Culture, Politics and Rhetoric
Dr Bella Dicks,
 Cardiff School of Social Sciences
A Regeneration Institute Lunch-Time Discussion

24 April 2007
Spaces of Globalisation and the Urban Echo in China’s Lower Yangzi Delta

Professor Andrew Marton, University of Nottingham
A Policy and Practice Unit Seminar

24 April 2007
Business and Environment: BRASS and the Alternative Research Agenda
Ken Peattie, Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society, Cardiff University
An Environment Research Group event

18 April 2007
The Future of Housing Associations - a Renewed Commitment to Community Regeneration and Social Enterprise?
Lord Richard Best,
 President, Local Government Association and Former Director, Joseph Rowntree Foundation
A BBC Wales / Regeneration Institute Lecture

28 March 2007
Iconic Urban Design and Innovative Architecture or Laissez Faire Design? Cardiff's Regeneration Record
Professor John Punter,
 Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
A Regeneration Institute Lunch-Time Discussion

7 March 2007
Polycentricity: From an Analytical Tool to Normative Agenda
Professor Simin Davoudi,
 Newcastle University
A Policy and Practice Unit Public Lecture

6 March 2007
Neighbourhoods and Neighbouring- Hong Kong and Guangzhou Compared
Professor Ray Forrest, University of Bristol
An Urban China Research International Network and Housing Research Group event

27 February 2007
Regeneration, Crime and Disorder and Community Safety
Professor Gordon Hughes
, Cardiff School of Social Sciences
A Regeneration Institute Lunch-Time Discussion

21 February 2007
Casinos – Planning and Regeneration
Professor Stephen Crow, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
A Policy and Practice Unit Public Lecture

13 February 2007
Re-branding Welsh Housing Associations: Tenure Prejudice, Power and the Policy Process
Dr Craig Gurney, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
A Policy and Practice Unit Seminar

31 January 2007
The Beecham Review and the Agenda for Public Services in Wales after the Assembly Elections
Steve Thomas, Chief Executive,
 Welsh Local Government Association
A Policy and Practice Unit Public Lecture

30 January 2007
Urban Regeneration, the City of the Future and the Labour Market: An Intervention in Cardiff
Professor John Lovering
, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
A Regeneration Institute Lunch-Time Discussion

24 January 2007
Craftsmanship
Professor Richard Sennett,
 London School of Economics
A BBC Wales / Regeneration Institute Lecture