Items where Subject is "Arts > Planning"
Number of items at this level: 19.
Sadd, D., 2012. Not all Olympic 'events' are good for the health just ask the previous occupants of the Manor Road Allotments. Perspectives in Public Health, 132 (2), pp. 62-63.
Koutra, C., 2010. Rapid Situation Analysis: a hybrid, multi-methods, qualitative, participatory approach to researching tourism development phenomena. Rapid Situation Analysis: a hybrid, multi-methods, qualitative,, 18 (8), pp. 1015-1033.
Sadd, D., 2010. What is event led regeneration? Are we confusing terminology or will London 2012 be the first Games to truly benefit the local existing population? Event Management, 13 (4), pp. 265-275.
Sadd, D. and Jones, I., 2008. Implications and Issues for London Site Residents. London Journal of Tourism, Sport and Creative Studies, 1 (1), pp. 22-29.
Howard, P., 2004. Spatial planing for landscape: Mapping the pitfalls. Landscape Research, 29 (4), pp. 423-434.
Sadd, D., 2012. Sports events - do we need to set limits? In: Fyall, A. and Shipway, R., eds. International Sports Events - Impacts, experiences and identities. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 84-97.
Sadd, D., 2008. Weymouth's once in a lifetime opportunity. In: Ali-Knight, J., Robertson, M., Fyall, A. and Ladkin, A., eds. International Perspectives of Festivals and Events: Paradigms of Analysis. London: Elsevier, pp. 21-40.
Bickle, E. and Apostolakis, C., 2005. Swanage community planning project youth questionnaire. Project Report. Poole, UK: Bournemouth University.
Hemingway, A. and Taylor, G., 2004. An Evaluation of the Processes and Outcomes in Two Interagency Public Health Teams Working in Deprived Areas. Project Report. Poole, England: Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)
Conference or Workshop Item
Sadd, D. and Jones, I., 2009. London 2012 - Will it be regeneration or renaissance in times of financial crisis? In: Australian Centre for Event Management 5th International Event Research Conference, 6th-9th July 2009, Gold Coast, Australia. (Unpublished)
Sadd, D., 2009. The 3 R’S of Olympic Legacy; regeneration, renaissance, rejuvenation. In: London 2012 Legacy: Concepts, Methodologies and Practices, 24 June 2009, Brunel University, London. (Unpublished)
Sadd, D., 2009. London's Elusive Social Legacy. In: The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games: Regional Implications and Strategies., 20 February 2009, Salomons Business Centre, Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent. (Unpublished)
Sadd, D., 2009. Mega-Events, Community Stakeholders and Legacy: London 2012. In: 2nd Annual Postgraduate Researcher Conference, 2 October 2009, Bournemouth University, England. (Unpublished)
Sadd, D., 2008. Olympic Regeneration - Legacy what legacy? In: Olympic Week at University of Groningen, Netherlands, 14-16 April 2008, Hanzehogeschool Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands. (Unpublished)
Sadd, D. and Jones, I. M, 2008. Olympic Sponsorship Seminar given to Sports students during Olympic week at Groningen University, Holland, April 2008. In: Olympic Week at University of Groningen, Netherlands, 14-16 April 2008, Hanzehogeschool Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands. (Unpublished)
Sadd, D., 2007. Teaching Olympic regeneration opportunities through a 'stepped case study' approach - The Poster. In: HLST 2007 Annual Conference ‘Our Olympic Goals’, 17-18 September 2007, Missenden Abbey Conference Centre, Bucks, England. (Unpublished)
Sadd, D., 2006. Role of community participation in leisure and tourism planning. In: LSA 2006: Making Space: Leisure, Tourism and Renewal, 11-13 July 2006, University of the West of England, Bristol, England. (Unpublished)
Sadd, D. and Jackson, C., 2005. Plannning for Resort Regeneration: The role of the Olympic 2012 bid for Weymouth and Portland, Dorset. In: LSA 2005: Leisure Studies Association 2005 Conference. Festivals and Events: Beyond Economic Impacts , 6-8 July 2005, Napier University, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)
Sadd, D., 2004. The Impacts of Mega-events held at Satellite Venues - case study of Weymouth & Portland, possible Olympic sailing venue in 2012. Masters Thesis (Masters). Bournemouth University.