Stuart Cameron

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This article is about the United Kingdom town planner. For the Canadian guitarist, see Stuart Cameron (musician). For the Australian rules footballer, see Stuart Cameron (footballer).

Stuart Cameron is Senior Lecturer at School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape, Newcastle University in the United Kingdom. He has been the first Director of Global Urban Research Unit.

Sociologist and town planner by background, his current research and publications are on area-based regeneration, urban regeneration, social exclusion and housing and the linkages between them. His current works focus on the housing systems, social inclusion, and implications of policies involving the physical restructuring of unpopular neighbourhoods with a European comparative element.[1]

Research projects[edit]

Prominent publications[edit]

  • "From Low Demand to Rising Aspirations: Housing Market Renewal within Regional and Neighbourhood Regeneration Policy," Housing Studies, Vol. 21, No. 1, 3–16, January 2006.
  • "Strategic partnerships and area-based initiatives; West Cumbria in comparative context" in R Wylie(ed): Governance in a Stakeholder Society, Whitehaven: Westlakes Research Institute. 2004.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Cameron, S. and Coaffee, J. (2005) 'Art, Regeneration and Gentrification: From artist as pioneer to public arts', International Journal of Housing Policy, 5(1), pp.41–60.

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