The land of Scotland and the common good: report

The final report of the Land Reform Review Group.

Section 20 - Urban Renewal Footnotes

1. D. Adams, The Potential for Urban Land Reform in Scotland, paper at AESOP- ACSP Joint Congress, Dublin, July, 2013

2. Balchin, P. N., Bull, G. H. and Kieve, J. L. 1988, Urban land Economics and Public Policy. London:Macmillan.

3. Allen, Tom (2010), Liberalism,Social Democracy and the Value of Property under the European Convention of Human Rights, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 59 (4)

4. Cameron, GC, Monk, S and Pearce, BJ (1988), Vacant Urban Land, A Literature Review, London Department of the Environment

5. Couch, C and Fowler, S (1992), Vacancy and Recent Structural Change in the Demand for Land in Liverpool

6. Adams, D, Disberry, A, Hutchison, N and Munjoma, T (2001), Ownership Constraints to Brownfield Redevelopment, Environment and Planning, A 33

7. D. Adams (2013) Op cit

8. Ibid


10. Doebele, WA (1982), Land Readjustment: A Different Approach to Financing Urbanization, Lexington Books

11. Archer, RW (1989), Transferring the Urban Pooling Readjustment Technique to the Developing Countries of Asia, Third World Planning Review, 73 and Archer, RW (1992), Introducing the Urban Pooling Readjustment Technique into Thailand, Public Administration, 12

12. D. Adams Op cit

13. Such as the new town development corporations and the Scottish Development Agency

14. Gulliver,S and Tolson,S, Delivering Great Places to Live, 10 Propositions aimed at Transforming Placemaking in Scotland (2013)

15. Adams, D and Tiesdell, S (2013), Shaping Places: Urban Planning, Design and Development, Routledge

16. Gulliver,S and Tolson, S, Op cit


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