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Robson, Simon and Greenhalgh, Paul (2023) Exploring the use of dual-processing in commercial property development decision making under conditions of risk and uncertainty. Property Management. ISSN 0263-7472 (In Press)

Wilkinson, Chris and Greenhalgh, Paul (2022) Exploring Student Housing Demand, Supply Side and Planning Policy Responses in a Small University City: Studentification in Durham, UK. Housing Policy Debate. ISSN 1051-1482 (In Press)

Adebayo, Adejimi Alli, Greenhalgh, Paul, Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Oyedokun, Tunbosun (2022) Towards Attaining Sustainable Retail Property Locations: The Relationships between Supply, Demand, and Accessibility of Retail Spaces. Sustainability, 14 (7). p. 3846. ISSN 2071-1050

Greenhalgh, Paul, King, Helen M., Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Ellis, Josephine (2021) The New Distribution: Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Large Distribution Warehouse Premises in England and Wales. Urban Planning, 6 (3). pp. 399-414. ISSN 2183-7635

Greenhalgh, Paul, Mcguinness, David, Robson, Simon and Bowers, Kathryn (2021) Does the Diversity of New Build Housing Type and Tenure Have a Positive Influence on Residential Absorption Rates? An Investigation of Housing Completion Rates in Leeds City Region. Planning Practice and Research, 36 (4). pp. 389-407. ISSN 0269-7459

Dyca, Besmira, Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2020) Common value: transferring development rights to make room for water. Environmental Science & Policy, 114. pp. 312-320. ISSN 1462-9011

Greenhalgh, Paul, King, Helen, Muldoon-Smith, Kevin, Adebayo, Jimi and Ellis, Josephine (2020) Using GIS to Explore the Potential of Business Rating Data to Analyse Stock and Value Change for Land Administration: A Case Study of York. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 9 (5). p. 321. ISSN 2220-9964

Greenhalgh, Paul (2020) HIGH STREET PROSPECTS Bounce back or recalibrate? A reflection on the prospect for UK high streets and town centres to find a new future in a post COVID-19 world. The Terrier, 25 (1). pp. 75-77.

Adebayo, Jimi, Greenhalgh, Paul and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2019) Investigating Retail Property Market Dynamics through Spatial Accessibility Measures. Journal of European Real Estate Research, 12 (2). pp. 155-172. ISSN 1753-9269

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2019) Suspect foundations: Developing an understanding of climate-related stranded assets in the global real estate sector. Energy Research and Social Science, 54. pp. 60-67. ISSN 2214-6296

Greenhalgh, Paul, Johnson, Lynn and Huntley, Victoria (2019) An investigation of the impact of 2017 Business Rates Revaluation on independent high street retailers in the north of England. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 37 (3). pp. 241-254. ISSN 1463-578X

McGuinness, David, Greenhalgh, Paul and Grainger, Paul (2018) Does one size fit all? Place-neutral national planning policy in England and its impact on housing land supplies and local development plans in North East England. Local Economy: The Journal of the Local Economy Policy Unit, 33 (3). pp. 329-346. ISSN 0269-0942

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2018) From Property Value to Public Value. RICS Property Journal. pp. 30-31. ISSN 2050-0106

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2018) Debate: Real estate value—what next for fiscal decentralization in England? Public Money & Management, 38 (1). pp. 54-56. ISSN 0954-0962

Adebayo, Adejimi, Greenhalgh, Paul and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2017) A Taxonomy of Data and Software Tools for Geo-Spatial Analysis of Town and City Centre Retail Space. The Terrier, Autumn. pp. 47-50.

Greenhalgh, Paul (2017) The real story behind the row over UK business rates. The Conversation. ISSN 2201-5639

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2016) Book Review - Devolution and Localism in England. People Place and Policy Online, 10 (3). pp. 253-256. ISSN 1753-8041

Greenhalgh, Paul, Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Angus, Sophie (2016) Commercial Property Tax in the UK: Business Rates and Rating appeals. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 34 (6). pp. 602-619. ISSN 1463-578X

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2016) Realigning the built environment. RICS Building Surveying Journal, 2016 (July). pp. 16-17. ISSN 1759-3387

Greenhalgh, Paul, Thompson, Emine Mine and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2016) Digital Living: Understanding the Future of Cities and Public Services. The Terrier, 21 (1). pp. 24-26.

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2016) Greasing the wheels, or a spanner in the works? Permitting the adaptive re-use of redundant office buildings into residential use in England. Planning Theory & Practice, 17 (2). pp. 175-191. ISSN 1464-9357

Thompson, Emine Mine, Greenhalgh, Paul, Muldoon-Smith, Kevin, Charlton, James and Dolnik, Michael (2016) Planners in the Future City: Using City Information Modelling to Support Planners as Market Actors. Urban Planning, 1 (1). pp. 79-94. ISSN 2183-7635

Greenhalgh, Paul and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2016) Surveying business rate decentralisation. RICS Property Journal, March. pp. 20-21. ISSN 2050-0106

Greenhalgh, Paul and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2015) A revolution in devolution? Estates Gazette, 1547. pp. 102-104. ISSN 0014-1240

Greenhalgh, Paul and Bendel, Roberto Soares (2015) An investigation of development appraisal methods employed by valuers and appraisers in small and medium sized practices in Brazil. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 33 (6). pp. 530-547. ISSN 1463-578X

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2015) Passing the buck without the bucks: Some reflections on fiscal decentralisation and the Business Rate Retention Scheme in England. Local Economy, 30 (6). pp. 609-626. ISSN 0269-0942

McGuinness, David, Greenhalgh, Paul and Pugalis, Lee (2015) Is the grass always greener? Making sense of convergence and divergence in regeneration policies in England and Scotland. Geographical Journal, 181 (1). pp. 26-37. ISSN 1475-4959

Greenhalgh, Paul and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2015) Business Rate Retention. The Valuer, Dec. pp. 20-21. ISSN 1361-1305

Greenhalgh, Paul and Purewal, Bikki (2015) Challenging the Myths: an investigation of the barriers to wider use of Local Asset Backed Vehicles in the UK. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 8 (3). pp. 260-278. ISSN 1752-9638

Greenhalgh, Paul and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2015) Passing the buck without the bucks- some reflections on fiscal decentralisation and the business rate retention strategy in England. The Terrier, 20 (2). pp. 49-51.

Greenhalgh, Paul and Thompson, Emine Mine (2014) Shaping future cities. RICS Land Journal. pp. 14-16. ISSN 1754-9094

Greenhalgh, Paul, Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Jowsey, Ernie (2014) Office to residential conversion - one year on. The Terrier, Spring. pp. 20-23.

Greenhalgh, Paul, Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Jowsey, Ernie (2013) Office Vacancy - data, evidence and opportunity. The Terrier, 18 (1). pp. 26-29.

Greenhalgh, Paul and King, Helen (2013) Developing an indicator of property market resilience - investigating the potential of GIS to analyse business occupier displacement and property market filtering: a case study of Tyne and Wear. Urban Studies, 50 (2). pp. 372-390. ISSN 0042-0980

Davidson, Gill, McGuinness, David, Greenhalgh, Paul, Braidford, Paul and Robinson, Fred (2013) 'It'll get worse before it gets better': Local experiences of living in a regeneration area. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 7 (1). pp. 59-70. ISSN 1752-9638

Greenhalgh, Paul, King, Helen and Lilley, Sara (2013) A longitudinal analysis of the performance of Enterprise Zones in the North East of England. Regions, 3 (291). pp. 22-24. ISSN 1367-3882

Mcguinness, David, Greenhalgh, Paul, Davidson, Gill, Robinson, Fred and Braidford, Paul (2012) Swimming against the tide: A study of a neighbourhood trying to rediscover its ‘reason for being’ – the case of South Bank, Redcar and Cleveland. Local Economy, 27 (3). pp. 251-264. ISSN 0269-0942

Greenhalgh, Paul, Furness, Hannah and Hall, Adam (2012) Time for TIF? The prospects for the introduction of Tax Increment Financing in the UK from a local authority perspective. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 5 (4). pp. 367-380. ISSN 1752-9638

Greenhalgh, Paul (2012) Investigating the impact of vacant office buildings on town and city centres in the UK. Asset, Barn (12). pp. 35-39.

Pugalis, Lee, Greenhalgh, Paul, McGuinness, David, Furness, Hannah and Errington, Barry (2012) Chalk and Cheese: A comparison of England and Scotland’s emerging approaches to regeneration. Town & Country Planning, 81 (2). pp. 84-88. ISSN 0040-9960

Greenhalgh, Paul (2012) An academic goes back to his roots or All in a day's work - the reminiscences of an estate surveyor. The Terrier: Journal of the Association of Chief Estates Surveyors, 17 (3). pp. 61-62.

Greenhalgh, Paul (2011) Opportunity knocks for the new breed of Enterpise Zones. Planning, 1909. ISSN 1467-2073

Greenhalgh, Paul and Furness, Hannah (2011) A question of disposal. Estates Gazette (1126). pp. 76-79. ISSN 0014-1240

Shaw, Keith and Greenhalgh, Paul (2010) Revisiting the 'Missing Middle' in English Sub-National Governance. Local Economy, 25 (5). pp. 457-475. ISSN 0269-0942

Greenhalgh, Paul and Lilley, Sara (2009) How did we come to this? Review of the funding crisis affecting further education college development in England. Northumbria Working Paper Series: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Built and Virtual Environment. ISSN 1756-2473

Greenhalgh, Paul, Robson, Simon and Chapelhow, Steven (2008) Affordable housing definitions and Section 106 contributions in England. Interdisciplinary Studies in the Built and Virtual Environment, 2 (2). pp. 84-92. ISSN 1756-2473

Greenhalgh, Paul (2008) An examination of business occupier relocation decision making : distinguishing small and large firm behaviour. Journal of Property Research, 25 (2). pp. 107-126. ISSN 0959-9916

Greenhalgh, Paul and Gudgeon, C. (2004) Mechanisms of urban change: Regeneration companies or development corporations? Northern Economic Review, 35. pp. 53-72. ISSN 0262-0383

Greenhalgh, Paul, Barke, Mike, Downie, Mary-Lou and Fisher, Peter (2003) Grease to the wheel or a spanner in the works? An investigation of office and industrial occupier displacement and property market filtering in Tyne & Wear using the chaining technique. Regional Studies, 37 (4). pp. 381-394. ISSN 0034-3404

Greenhalgh, Paul and Shaw, Keith (2003) Regional development agencies and physical regeneration in England: can RDAs deliver urban renaissance? Planning Practice and Research, 18 (2-3). pp. 161-178. ISSN 0269-7459

Greenhalgh, Paul, Fisher, Peter and Downie, Mary-Lou (2000) An Investigation of the Response of Industrial and Office Property Occupiers to Property-led Urban Regeneration Policies in Tyne and Wear. Property Management, 18 (1). pp. 46-62. ISSN 0263-7472

Greenhalgh, Paul and Stewart, Brian (2000) The prospect and implications for physical regeneration in the North East region under the newly establsihed Regional Development Agency for the North East. Business Review North East, 11 (2). pp. 14-23.

Greenhalgh, Paul and McCafferty, Andrew (1999) Coalfield Regeneration: an initial appraisal of the Task Force Approach in East Durham. Land Contamination and Reclamation, 7 (1). pp. 49-56. ISSN 0967-0513

Greenhalgh, Paul (1999) Coalfield Regeneration: may the Task Force be with you. Northern Economic Review. pp. 82-96. ISSN 0262-0383

Greenhalgh, Paul and McCafferty, Andrew (1996) English Partnerships Reclaiming Britain. Estates Gazette (9617). pp. 180-181. ISSN 0014-1240

Greenhalgh, Paul and McCafferty, Andrew (1996) Derelict land reclamation and English Partnerships - shedding light on the new regime. Property Management, 14 (3). pp. 10-16. ISSN 0263-7472

Greenhalgh, Paul and McCafferty, Andrew (1994) Derelict land reclamation by Urban Development Corporations: a case study of the Tyne and Wear Development Corporation. Land Contamination and Reclamation, 2 (2). ISSN 0967-0513

Greenhalgh, Paul and Fisher, Peter (1993) When property leads the way: Newcastle Business Park. Estates Gazette (9338). pp. 127-128. ISSN 0014-1240

Book Section

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2018) Understanding Climate-related Stranded Assets in the Global Real Estate Sector. In: Stranded Assets and the Environment: Risk, Resilience, and Opportunity. Routledge Explorations in Environmental Studies . Routledge. ISBN 9781138120600

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2017) Civic Financialisation: Financing the Northern Powerhouse. In: Developing England’s North: The Political Economy of the Northern Powerhouse. Building a Sustainable Political Economy: SPERI Research & Policy . Palgrave, pp. 261-284. ISBN 9783319625591

Henriques, Diogo Pereira, Dalton, Ruth and Greenhalgh, Paul (2017) Measuring the Impact of Future Visions through Card Sorting - From User Experience to Participatory Planning (a Pilot Study). In: Urban Living Labs for Public Space - A New Generation of Planning? KU Leuven, Brussels, Belgium, pp. 121-128. ISBN 9789082510898

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2017) Public Policy and Urban Transience: Provoking New Urban Development through Contemporary Models of Property Based Finance in England. In: Transience and Permanence in Urban Development. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 199-214. ISBN 978-1-119-05565-5

Dunhill, Andy, Furness, Hannah, Greenhalgh, Paul, Ludwig, Carol, McGuinness, David and Williams, Rachel (2014) Planning. In: Real Estate Concepts: A Handbook. Routledge, London. ISBN 978-0415857413

Kirk, Rachel, Clarke, Julie, Furness, Hannah, Greenhalgh, Paul and McGuinness, David (2014) Regeneration. In: Real Estate Concepts: A handbook. Taylor & Francis, London. ISBN 978-0415857420

Report

Ellis, Josephine Catherine, Greenhalgh, Paul and King, Helen (2022) Use of geospatial data, analysis and tools in regional and local government: A scoping project by Northumbria University. Project Report. Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne. (Unpublished)

Greenhalgh, Paul and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2017) Mitigating Office Obsolescence: the agile future. Technical Report. British Council for Offices, London.

Davidson, Gill, Greenhalgh, Paul, McGuinness, David, Braidford, Paul and Robinson, Fred (2011) Longitudinal assessment of large scale regeneration projects: A strategy for Greater Eston, Redcar and Cleveland - South Bank Baseline Study. Project Report. Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Davidson, Gill, Greenhalgh, Paul, McGuinness, David, Braidford, Paul and Robinson, Fred (2011) Longitudinal assessment of large scale regeneration projects: A strategy for Greater Eston, Redcar and Cleveland – Final Report. Project Report. Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Greenhalgh, Paul and King, Helen (2010) The application of GIS to analyse occupier chains and property market filtering. Project Report. RICS, London.

Greenhalgh, Paul and King, Helen (2010) The application of GIS to analyse occupier chains and property market filtering. Project Report. RICS, London.

Greenhalgh, Paul and Shaw, Keith (2002) Regional development agencies : the future of physical regeneration in England. Other. Commissioned by RICS Foundation, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

Greenhalgh, Paul (2001) The implications of the Urban White Paper for physical regeneration in England. Project Report. RICS, London, UK.

Greenhalgh, Paul and Hargreaves, Sylvia (1999) The future of public sector funding of regeneration project in England. Project Report. RICS, London, UK.

Conference or Workshop Item

Greenhalgh, Paul, Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Pearson, Jonathan (2022) The real deal for left behind places in England: tracking asymmetric devolution and critical path of Combined Authorities and Metro Mayors. In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference: Geographies Beyond Recovery, 30 Aug - 02 Sep 2022, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

Greenhalgh, Paul (2020) Bounce back or recalibrate? Reimagining the high street post Covid-19 and the role of surveyors in return to a ‘new normal’: Take on Tomorrow Presentation. In: Take on Tomorrow, 8 July 2020, Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, online.

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin, Greenhalgh, Paul and Frodsham, Malcolm (2019) Beyond natural vacancy: evidencing vacancy throughout market segments. In: ERES 2019 - 26th Annual Conference of the European Real Estate Society, 3rd - 6th July 2019, Cergy, France.

Greenhalgh, Paul (2019) Grease to the wheel or a spanner in the works? Reflecting on the legacy of 40 years of property-led regeneration in Tyne and Wear: Inaugural public lecture by Professor Paul Greenhalgh, Department of Architecture and Built Environment at Northumbria University. In: Northumbria University Public Lectures, 3 March 2020, Northumbria University.

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin, McGuinness, David and Greenhalgh, Paul (2018) Land Value: Permitting the urban growth machine through conversion into alternative use. In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2018: Geographical landscapes / changing landscapes of geography, 28th - 31st August 2018, Cardiff, UK.

Greenhalgh, Paul, Muldoon-Smith, Kevin, Adebayo, Adejimi and Ellis, Josephine (2018) Experimental spatial modelling of commercial property stock using GIS. In: ERES 2018 - European Real Estate Society 25th Annual Conference, 27-30 Jun 2018, Reading, UK.

Greenhalgh, Paul (2017) U.K. Urban Regeneration: sharing 50 years of experience and lessons learned. In: International Urban Regeneration Symposium, Suwon City,, 6-7 December 2017, Suwon City, Republic of Korea.

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin, McGuinness, David and Greenhalgh, Paul (2017) Priming the Urban Growth Machine: Bringing Forward Housing Supply for Financialisation in England. In: 2017 Annual Conference of RC-21 - Rethinking Global Urban Justice, 11th - 13th September 2017, Leeds, UK.

Greenhalgh, Paul (2017) A big bang for Business Rates: Devolution, Revaluation and Reform. In: Growth Acceleraton & Incubation Network, 23 March 2017, Sunderland Business and Innovation Centre. (Unpublished)

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2017) Situations Vacant: A Conceptual Framework for Commercial Real Estate Vacancy. In: 24th Annual Conference of the European Real Estate Society: ERES 2017, 28 June- 1 July 2017, Delft.

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2016) Civic Financialisation: constructing local welfare through property tax. In: CURDS Financialisation and Local Government Workshop, 2 December 2016, University of Newcastle. (Unpublished)

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin, McGuinness, David and Greenhalgh, Paul (2016) Tacit planning: transferring practitioner know-how into contemporary practice. In: UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference 2016: Planning for Future Generations, 6th - 7th September 2016, Cardiff, UK.

Greenhalgh, Paul and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2016) Devolution and the role of Commercial Real Estate Development. In: North East Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast, 29 June 2016, Newcastle upon Tyne. (Unpublished)

Greenhalgh, Paul and Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2015) Taking Stock: secondary opportunities and the agile future. In: Roundtable: maximising office stock in the UK, 8 October 2015, Groucho Club, Soho, London. (Unpublished)

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2015) Passing the Buck Without the Bucks: Some Reflections on Fiscal Decentralisation and the Consequent Prospects for Local Economic Development and Urban Regeneration in England. In: PPP Conference 2015 - Tackling spatial inequalities: the prospects for economic development and regeneration, 10th September 2015, Sheffield, UK.

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin, Greenhalgh, Paul, Dalton, Ruth, Alvanides, Seraphim, King, Helen and Sparkes, Bradley (2015) Urban Transactions: Investigating the Relationship between Spatial Preference and Spatial Configuration in the City of Leeds. In: The 10th Space Syntax Symposium (SSS10), 13th - 17th July 2015, London.

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin and Greenhalgh, Paul (2015) What is the value of 'urban agility': an investigation into the rhetoric and reality of urban adaptation in England. In: TPUD - Transience and Permanence in Urban Development, 14-15 January 2015, Sheffield, UK.

Muldoon-Smith, Kevin, Greenhalgh, Paul and Jowsey, Ernie (2014) Acute Vacancy: The Geography of Commercial Office Vacancy. In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2014, 26th - 29th August 2014, UK.

McGuinness, David, Greenhalgh, Paul and Pugalis, Lee (2013) It's the economy stupid! An analysis of the similarities and disparities in regeneration policy between England and Scotland. In: Housing Studies Association Annual Conference 2013 (Changing Political, socioeconomic and institutional landscapes: What are the consequences for housing?), 10th - 12th April 2013, York, UK.

McGuinness, David, Pugalis, Lee, Greenhalgh, Paul and Furness, Hannah (2012) Envious glances north of the Border: An analysis of the growing disparities in regeneration policy between England and Scotland. In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2012 (Security of geography/geography of security), 3rd - 5th July 2012, Edinburgh, UK.

Davidson, Gill, Greenhalgh, Paul and McGuinness, David (2011) Developing an approach for a longitudinal evaluation of a large-scale regeneration project : South Bank, Redcar and Cleveland. In: Northumbria Research Conference, 5-6 May 2011, Northumbria University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

McGuinness, David, Greenhalgh, Paul, Davidson, Gill, Robinson, Fred and Braidford, Paul (2011) Swimming against the tide: a study of a neighbourhood trying to rediscover its ‘reason for being’– the case of South Bank, Redcar and Cleveland. In: Regional Studies Association Annual International Conference, 17-20 April 2011, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Greenhalgh, Paul and Shaw, Keith (2010) City regions and the governance of economic development in England: a study of emerging city regions in the North East. In: Regional Studies Association Annual Conference 2010: Regional Responses and Global Shifts: Actors, Institutions and Organisations, 24-26 May 2010, University of Pécs, Hungary.

Greenhalgh, Paul and Shaw, Keith (2002) Regional Development Agencies and Physical Regeneration: Can RDAs actually deliver the Urban Renaissance? In: Regeneration Management Research Workshop, 15 November 2002, Durham.

Thesis

Greenhalgh, Paul (2006) Grease to the wheel or a spanner in the works? : an investigation of office and industrial occupier displacement and property market filtering generated by public sector assisted property developments : a case study of Tyne and Wear. Doctoral thesis, Northumbria University.

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