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Dr Nick Green
Lecturer
Built Environment
University of Salford

Expertise:
Regional Planning and Analysis, Cartography and Visualisation of Regional Dynamics, Conservation of Historic Buildings and the Historic Environment, Network Theory and Analysis, Complexity Theory

Biography:
1988-93, Donald Insall Associates 1993-99, University College London 1999-2000, Town & Country Planning Association 2000-03, Institute of Community Studies 2004-05, Freelance Consultant 2005-09, University of Manchester 2010-date, University of Salford

Qualifications:
BSc Building Surveying (1988, Thames Polytechnic) MPhil Town Planning (1995, University College London) PhD Planning Studies (2001, University College London) Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (elected 1992) Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (elected 2007)

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  1. A chronicle of urban codes in pre-industrial London’s streets and squares
  2. An English problem - Planning for a peri-urban nation
  3. Urban compactness: indicators of a property distinct from density
  4. To-morrow - Coming soon to a region near you? - How modern analytical techniques support Ebenezer Howard's notion of the social city
  5. Patterns of settlement compared
  6. Greenhouse gas emissions inventories for 18 European regions
  7. City-states and the spatial in-between
  8. Functional polycentricity: A formal definition in terms of social network analysis
  9. What if…? London's urban sprawl without planning controls
  10. The informational geography of Europolis: Mapping the flow of information
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1Functional polycentricity: A formal definition in terms of social network analysis579
2Anatomy of the polycentric metropolis: Eight mega-city regions in overview465
3Bricks versus clicks: planning for the digital economy458
4The space of change: Artists in the East End 1968-1980441
5Greenhouse gas emissions inventories for 18 European regions441
6A chronicle of urban codes in pre-industrial London’s streets and squares430
7From factories to fine art - the origins and evolution of East London's artists' agglomeration, 1968-1998425
8City-states and the spatial in-between417
9An English problem - Planning for a peri-urban nation411
10To-morrow - Coming soon to a region near you? - How modern analytical techniques support Ebenezer Howard's notion of the social city386