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Bailey, Nick (2017) Housing at the neighbourhood level: a review of the initial approaches to neighbourhood development plans under the Localism Act 2011 in England. Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability, 10 (1). pp. 1-14. ISSN 1754-9175

Bailey, Nick and Pill, M. (2015) Can the state empower communities through localism? An evaluation of recent approaches to neighbourhood governance in England. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 33 (2). pp. 289-304. ISSN 0263-774X

Bailey, Nick and Pill, M. (2014) The potential for neighbourhood regeneration in a period of austerity: changing forms of neighbourhood governance in two cities. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 7 (2). pp. 150-163. ISSN 1752-9638

Bailey, Nick (2012) The role, organisation and contribution of community enterprise to urban regeneration policy in the UK. Progress in Planning, 77 (1). pp. 1-35. ISSN 0305-9006

Pill, M. and Bailey, Nick (2012) Community empowerment or a strategy of containment? Evaluating neighbourhood governance in the city of Westminster. Local Government Studies, 38 (6). pp. 731-751. ISSN 0300-3930

Bailey, Nick and Pill, M. (2011) The continuing popularity of the neighbourhood and neighbourhood governance in the transition from the 'big state' to the 'big society' paradigm. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 29 (5). pp. 927-942. ISSN 0263-774X

Bailey, Nick (2010) Understanding community empowerment in urban regeneration and planning in England: putting policy and practice in context. Planning Practice and Research, 25 (3). pp. 317-332. ISSN 0269-7459

Bailey, Nick and Manzi, T. (2008) Developing and sustaining mixed tenure housing developments. Findings, Septem (Ref 22). ISSN 0958-3084

Bailey, Nick (2005) The great skills debate: defining and delivering the skills required for community regeneration in England. Planning Practice and Research, 20 (3). pp. 341-352. ISSN 0269-7459

Bailey, Nick and Walker, H. (2001) Managing the transition to work: the role of the planning network in British town planning education. Planning Practice & Research, 16 (1). pp. 71-78. ISSN 0269-7459

Bailey, Nick (2001) The UK experience in containing growth and sustaining the compact city. Urban Planning and Spatial Development Journal, 5. pp. 28-36. ISSN 1212-0855

Book Section

Bailey, Nick (2017) The contribution of community enterprise to British urban regeneration in a period of state retrenchment. In: Entrepreneurial Neighbourhoods: Towards an Understanding of the Economies of Neighbourhoods and Communities. Edward Elgar, London, pp. 229-248. ISBN 9781785367236

Bailey, Nick (2013) Engaging local communities in neighbourhood regeneration in England: an evaluation of aims, objectives and outcomes. In: Routledge Companion to Urban Regeneration. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 411-420. ISBN 9780415539043

Bailey, Nick (2013) Regeneration: the inner city in context. In: The planning imagination: Peter Hall and the study of urban and regional planning. Routledge, London and New York, pp. 150-161. ISBN 9780415506083

Bailey, Nick (2012) Turning around the poorest neighbourhoods: learning the lessons from twenty years of neighbourhood-based regeneration strategies in England. In: Living on the boundaries: urban marginality in national and international contexts. Advances in Education in Diverse Communities: Research, Policy and Praxis, 8 . Emerald, Bingley, pp. 313-328. ISBN 9781780520322

Bailey, Nick (2010) Building sustainable communities from the grassroots: how community land trusts can create social sustainability. In: Social sustainability in urban areas: communities, connectivity, and the urban fabric. Earthscan, London. ISBN 9781844076741

Bailey, Nick (2008) Managing the metropolis: economic change, institutional reform and spatial planning in London. In: Conceptions of space and place in strategic spatial planning. The RTPI library series (17). Routledge. ISBN 9780415431026

Bailey, Nick and Peel, D. (2002) Building sustainable networks: a study of public participation and social capital. In: Planning in the UK: agendas for the new millennium. Urban and regional planning and development . Ashgate, UK, pp. 157-182. ISBN 0754619427

Bailey, Nick (2001) Strategy and partnership: governing London in the millenium. In: Governing London: competitiveness and regeneration for a global city. Middlesex University Press, Middlesex, UK, pp. 92-103. ISBN 1898253455


Bailey, Nick, Kleinhans, R. and Lindbergh, J. (2018) An assessment of community-based social enterprise in three European countries. Project Report. Power to Change, London.

Bailey, Nick, Manzi, T. and Simpson, I. (2015) Success, satisfaction and scrutiny: the business benefits of involving residents. Project Report. University of Westminster, London.

Bailey, Nick and Sesnan, I. (2011) Wandle Valley Regional Park: action plan for the governance and management of the Regional Park. Project Report. University of Westminster for the Wandle Valley Development Board.

Pill, M. and Bailey, Nick (2010) Neighbourhood management in Westminster. Project Report. A research report for the Paddington Development Trust.

Falk, N., King, F., Mott, J., Dodd, N., Bailey, Nick, Manzi, T., Harrison, S., Baldwin, H. and Moran, A. (2008) Mixed communities: good practice guidance for management and service provision. Project Report. University of Westminster & URBED, London.

Bailey, Nick (2008) Developing and sustaining mixed housing developments: reviewing the evidence. Discussion Paper. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

Roberts, M., Newman, P., Bailey, Nick, Greenfield, S., Osborn, G. and Edmundson, T. (2002) A continental ambience? A study of the urban management of mixed-use entertainment neighbourhoods in northern European cities. Project Report. Institute of Alcohol Studies, London, UK.

Bailey, Nick, Crocker, S., Claydon, J. and Higgins, M. (2001) Defining the education and training needs for the new urban agenda. Project Report. Planning Network/CEBE.

Conference or Workshop Item

Bailey, Nick and Manzi, T. (2010) Governing through community? A comparative study of changing management practices in mixed tenure housing development. In: Comparative Housing Research: Approaches and Challenges in a New International Era, 23 - 25 Mar 2010, Technical University of U Delft, Netherlands.

Bailey, Nick (2009) Promoting empowerment through changing governance structures: policy and practice in England. In: AESOP Conference 2009: 23rd Congress of the Association of European Schools of Planning, 15 - 18 Jul 2009, University of Liverpool, UK.

Bailey, Nick (2008) Building community capacity and social cohesion through resident-led evaluation: the example of Stockwell Urban II Project in London. In: ACSP - AESOP Fourth Joint Congress, 06 - 11 Jul 2008, Chicago, USA.

Bailey, Nick (2007) Opportunities and barriers to creating fully integrated mixed tenure communities: a comparison of housing and regeneration strategies in England and Scotland. In: Planning Research Conference: thinking spaces for making places, 10 -12 Apr 2007, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.


Bailey, Nick, Haworth, A., Manzi, T. and Roberts, M. (2007) Creating and sustaining mixed income communities in Scotland: a good practice guide. Published for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation by Chartered Institute of Housing. ISBN 9781905018420

Bailey, Nick, Haworth, A., Manzi, T., Paranagamage, P. and Roberts, M. (2006) Creating and sustaining mixed income communities: a good practice guide. Chartered Institute of Housing/Joseph Rowntree Foundation. ISBN 1905018193

McIntosh, S. and Bailey, Nick (2004) Higher education, professionalism and skills in the built environment: the impact of the new urban agenda on teaching and learning. CEBE working paper series, 5 . Centre for Education in the Built Environment, Cardiff, UK. ISBN 1905148046

Peel, D. and Bailey, Nick (2003) Celebrating community involvement: leading lights, moving spirits and lattice-work networks. Development Trusts Association, London, UK. ISBN 0953146952

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