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Brackenbury, S and Short, Christopher J and Lewis, Nick (2012) 'Doing Things Differently: Glastir Common Land Element and the Local Action Groups': An Evaluation of the Commons Development Officer Role using the Leader Methodology. Technical Report. CCRI, University of Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire.

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Curry, Nigel R (2012) Community Participation in Spatial Planning: Exploring Relationships between Professional and Lay Stakeholders. Local Government Studies, 38 (3). pp. 345-366. ISSN 0300-3930

Curry, Nigel R (2013) Planning and policy documents as transactions costs: the case of rural decision-making in England. Land Use Policy, 30 (1). pp. 711-718. ISSN 02648377

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Derounian, James (2014) Going to the Ball. Local Government Lawyer Newsletter.

Derounian, James (2016) It's neighbourhood planning, Jim… but not as we know it. Town and Country Planning, 85 (3). pp. 142-144. ISSN 0040-9960

Derounian, James (2014) Now you see it... ...now you don’t: a review of rural community organising in England. Technical Report. Birmingham University Third Sector Research Centre (TSRC), Birmingham.

Derounian, James (2016) Take your Partners: Designing, developing, managing & evaluating supportive partnerships. In: Take your Partners, 14 April 2016, Birmingham, Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel. (Submitted)

Derounian, James and Skinner, Elisabeth (2015) Parishes answer planning problems. Municipal Journal. ISSN 0143-4187

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Kambites, Carol J (2004) From global discourse to local action? Town councils and sustainable development. PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire.

Kambites, Carol J and Johnson, Phil and Lewis, Nick and Owen, Stephen and Short, Christopher J (2006) Green Infrastructure Planning in the Swindon Urban-Rural Fringe - Final Report to the Great Western Community Forest. Project Report. Countryside and Community Research Unit (CCRI), University of Gloucestershire.

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Lester, Stuart and Russell, Wendy K (2014) Towards Securing Sufficient Play Opportunities: A short study into the preparation undertaken for the commencement of the second part of the Welsh Government’s Play Sufficiency Duty to secure sufficient play opportunities. Project Report. Play Wales, Cardiff.

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Murray, Matthew (2002) Beyond Disruption: Changing the Rules in the Marketplace. In: Beyond Disruption: Changing the Rules in the Marketplace. John Wiley & Sons, UK, pp. 205-213. ISBN 10: 0471218995 / 13: 9780471218999

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Owen, Roz and Powell, John R and Reed, Matt and Kambites, Carol J and Lewis, Nick (2008) An evaluation of Cydcoed: the social and economic benefits of using trees and woodlands for community development in Wales. Technical Report. Forest Research.

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Short, Christopher J and Owen, Stephen and Kambites, Carol J and Taylor, Ken and Jones, Owain and Lewis, Nick (2009) Study of Determined Town and Village Green Applications: Final Report to Common Land Team, Defra. Project Report. Defra.

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Turner, David and Hughes, Michael and Skelcher, Chris and Whiteman, Phillip and Jas, Pauline (2004) Intervention or Persuasion? Strategies for Turnaround of Poorly Performing Councils. Public Money and Management, 24 (4). pp. 217-226. ISSN 0954-0962

Turner, David and Martin, Steve (2004) Managerialism meets community development: contracting for social inclusion? Policy and Politics, 32 (1). pp. 21-32. ISSN 14708442

Turner, David and Whiteman, Phillip (2005) Learning from the experience of recovery: the turnaround of poorly performing local authorities. Local Government Studies, 31 (5). pp. 627-654. ISSN 03003930

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