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Publications

The following were produced during the Towards Successful Suburban Town Centres project. For publications from the current project, please go to the publications page for theĀ Current Project.

Vaughan, L., Jones, C.E., Griffiths, S. and Haklay, M. (2010) "The spatial signature of suburban town centres". The Journal of Space Syntax 1 (1): 77-91.
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Griffiths, S., Jones, C. E., Vaughan, L. and Haklay, M. (2010) 'The persistence of suburban centres in Greater London: combining Conzenian and space syntax approaches', Urban Morphology.
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Vaughan, L., Griffiths, S., Haklay, M. and Jones, C. E. (2009) 'Do the suburbs exist? Discovering Specificity and Complexity in Suburban Form'. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
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Jones, C.E,, Haklay, M.E., Griffiths, S., Vaughan L. (2009) 'A less-is-more approach to geovisualization - enhancing knowledge construction across multidisciplinary teams', International Journal of Geographical Information Systems.
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Griffiths, S., Vaughan, L., Haklay, M. and Jones, C.E. (2008) The sustainable suburban high street: a review of themes and approaches. Geography Compass 2 (4): 1155-1188, 10.1111/j.1749-8198.2008.00117.x
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Vaughan, L., Haklay, M., Griffiths, S. and Jones, C.E. (2010) "The shape of belonging in the outer London suburbs: beyond the discourse of alienation". Presented at: PLiC: Public Life in the In-Between-City, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.
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Griffiths, S., Jones, C. E., Vaughan, L. and Haklay, M. (2009) 'A morphological approach to the historical persistence of socio-economic activity in three suburbs of Greater London', Proceedings of the International Seminar on Urban Form, Guangzhou, September 4th-7th 2009. download this from UCL Discovery

Vaughan, L., Jones, C.E., Griffiths, S. and Haklay, M. (2009) "The Spatial Signature of Suburban 'Active' Centres". Proceedings of the Seventh International Space Syntax Symposium. KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm.
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Jones, C.E., Griffiths, S., Haklay, M. and Vaughan L. (2009) "A multi-disciplinary perspective on the built environment: Space Syntax and Cartography - the communication challenge" Proceedings of the Seventh International Space Syntax Symposium. Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.
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RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2008: The Geography of Suburban Space - SSTC Project in affiliation with the Urban Geography Research Group

Haklay, M., Vaughan, L., Jones, C. E. and Griffiths, S. (2008) 'Towards an historical-geographical theory of suburban space'. Proceedings of RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2008. Royal Geographical Society, London.

Griffiths, S., Jones, C. E., Haklay, M. and Vaughan, L. (2008) 'Some theoretical and methodological implications of space syntax methodology for historical GIS: the example of Greater London's suburban town centres', Historical GIS 2008, University of Essex, UK.
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Jones, C.E. and Haklay, M. and Griffiths, S. and Vaughan, L. (2008) Visualising London's suburbs. In: Geographical Information Science Research - UK (GISRUK 2008), 2 - 4 April 2008, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. (Unpublished)
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Griffiths, S., Vaughan, L., Haklay, M. and Jones, C. E. (2007) 'Sustainability as the success of a centre over time, the case of Greater London's suburbs', Proceedings of RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2007. Royal Geographical Society, London.


email: AdaptableSuburbs@ucl.ac.uk - EPSRC reference: EP/I001212/1