Elsevier ISSN 0264-2751 12 issues p.a.
Topics covered include: urban adaptation to climate change; gentrification and housing; homelessness and welfare services; urban management; public-private sector cooperation; development and planning problems; urban regeneration; neighborhood conservation and urban design; immigration and international labor migration; urban politics; urban theory; urban governance; smart cities and regions; infrastructure; livability and quality of life; greening; and the complexities of creating sustainable cities.
Routledge eISSN 1470-3629 6 issues p.a.
Editors are affiliated with the Regional Studies Association. A multi-, trans-disciplinary and holistic journal that draws from geography, the social sciences, the political economy, philosophy, cultural studies, and the humanities, as well as from policy makers, the multitude of actors - including practitioners, activists, organizers, writers, artists, ecologists, planners, and architects - who play key roles in sustaining and constructing cities and urban futures. Offers insights into, analysis of, and commentary on the contemporary urban world. Records and analyses cities and their futures, and urbanization from multiple perspectives including: the information and digital revolutions, war and imperialism, neoliberalism and gentrification, environment and sustainability, resistance and social movements, regeneration, resurgence and revanchism, race, class and gender, multi-culturalism and post-colonialism. Combines analysis of trends, culture, policy and action. Features both historical and theoretical work alongside detailed case studies, policy commentary and open debate.
Routledge eISSN 1469-9664 6 issues p.a.
Aims to advance theory, research and practice in urban design. There is a growing recognition of the need for urban design in shaping, managing and improving the quality of the urban environment. It is now considered one of the core knowledge components of planning and architectural education and practice. Thus, increasing numbers of architects, planners, surveyors, landscape architects and other professions concerned with the quality of urban development are specialising in urban design. Provides a forum to bring together those contributing to this re-emerging discipline and enables researchers, scholars, practitioners and students to explore its many dimensions. The Journal publishes original articles in specialised areas such as urban aesthetics and townscape; urban structure and form; sustainable development; urban history, preservation and conservation; urban regeneration; local and regional identity; design control and guidance; property development; practice and implementation.
Institution of Civil Engineers eISSN 1755-0807 6 issues p.a.
Publishes refereed papers and short articles addressing the design and planning of the built environment, emphasizing the interfaces between urban policy, design, construction and management. Topics covered by the journal include social, economic and environmental aspects of topics such as sustainable settlements, community regeneration, urban infrastructure and transport systems.
Palgrave Macmillan (a Springer imprint) eISSN 1468-4519 4 issues p.a.
Resource for urban designers, architects, planners, landscape architects, developers and academic researchers involved in architectural and planning education and practice. Functions as both a vehicle for research and advice, and a truly international discussion network for scholars, academics, and working professionals engaged in the multi-disciplinary field of urban design and management. Topics addressed are urban design, development and management; transportation and highway design; heritage and local identity; urban revitalization; inequality and suburban design; classifying community space at a historic sites; garden cities for the twenty-first century; and more.
SAGE eISSN 1360-063X 16 issues p.a.
A leading international peer-reviewed journal for urban scholarship since 1964. At the forefront of intellectual and policy debates on the city. Publishes original research to further our understanding of the urban condition and the rapid changes taking place in cities and regions across the globe, whether from an empirical, theoretical, or a policy perspective.