Bob Colenutt texts

Tensions and future prospects for sustainable housing growth: a case study of Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes. ESRC research project with Prof Allan Cochrane and Dr Martin Field at the Universities of Northampton and the Open University. Latest report is Cochrane, A, Bob Colenutt and Martin Field (2015) “Governing the ungovernable: spatial policy, markets and volume house-building in a growth region” Policy and Politics Free print http://oro.open.ac.uk/42323/

Community-led Property Development Leverhulme Fellowship project by Bob Colenutt
Download the initial work plan outlining the project  Bob Colenutt workplan
Read Interim report
Download Final Report on Leverhulme project: BC Community-led property development

Why We Need a New Politics of Sustainable Communities
Talk by Bob Colenutt and Paul Quinn at a University of Westminster seminar on sustainable communities, 2010. It may later be published in a relevant journal. Comments welcome – here or by email. Download text here U O WestminsterTalk

Bob Colenutt: Community action, Docklands, and future prospects Talk given at a seminar Docklands Regeneration; Looking Back, Looking Forward on the London Docklands, 28 June 2011, at the University of East London (in conjunction with Oxford Brookes University). Download PDF Docklands Colenutt June 2011

Feb 2012: Bob Colenutt article on the Localism Act

Talk to Labour Land Campaign 2014: BC Labour Land Campaign Feb 2014

Evidence on viability and transparency in Greenwich Peninsula case: BC Greenwich witness statement on viability
Commentary on viability/transparency issues after the Greenwich case: Highbury Group 2015 Viability Assessment and Freedom of Information

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