Dr Philip Pinch


NameDr Philip Pinch
Job titleHOD

Research outputs

The German Internationale Bauausstellung (IBA) and Urban Regeneration: Lessons from the IBA Emscher Park

Adams, N and Pinch, PL (2013). The German Internationale Bauausstellung (IBA) and Urban Regeneration: Lessons from the IBA Emscher Park. in: Leary, M (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Urban Regeneration Routledge. pp. 230-241

Moto-mobilities: geographies of the motorcycle and motorcyclists’

Pinch, PL and Reimer, S (2012). Moto-mobilities: geographies of the motorcycle and motorcyclists’. Mobilities. 7, pp. 439 - 457.

Introduction

Spinney, J, Reimer, S and Pinch, PL (2017). Introduction. in: Spinney, J, Reimer, S and Pinch, PL (ed.) Mobilising Design Routledge.

Conclusion

Spinney, J, Reimer, S and Pinch, PL (2017). Conclusion. in: Spinney, J, Reimer, S and Pinch, PL (ed.) Mobilising Design Routledge.

MotoGP and heterogeneous design

Pinch, PL and Reimer, S (2017). MotoGP and heterogeneous design. in: Spinner, J, Reimer, S and Pinch, PL (ed.) Mobilising Design Routledge.

Legible London: mobilising the pedestrian

Clark, S, Pinch, PL and Reimer, S (2017). Legible London: mobilising the pedestrian. in: Spinney, J, Reimer, S and Pinch, PL (ed.) Mobilising Design Routledge.

Mobilising Design

Spinney, J, Reimer, S and Pinch, PL (ed.) (2017). Mobilising Design. Routledge.

Nationalising local sustainability: lessons from the British wartime Utility furniture scheme

Pinch, PL and Reimer, S (2015). Nationalising local sustainability: lessons from the British wartime Utility furniture scheme. Geoforum. 65 (Oct), pp. 85 - 95.

Waterspace planning and the River Thames in London

Pinch, PL (2015). Waterspace planning and the River Thames in London. London Journal. 40 (3), pp. 272 - 292.

Indicators for Spatial Planning and Territorial Cohesion: Stakeholder-Driven Selection Approach for Improving Usability at Regional and Local Levels

González, A, Daly, G, Pinch, PL, Adams, N, Valtenbergs, V, Burns, MC and Johannesson, H (2015). Indicators for Spatial Planning and Territorial Cohesion: Stakeholder-Driven Selection Approach for Improving Usability at Regional and Local Levels. Regional Studies. 49 (9), pp. 1588 - 1602.
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