Journal of Place Management and Development


Built Environment

Table Of Contents: Volume 12 Issue 3

Place satisfaction revisited: residents’ perceptions of “a good place to live”

Lisa Källström, Jens Hultman

Using service-based logic as its theoretical lens, this study aims to approach residents’ place satisfaction in a novel way. The purpose is to explore residents…

Investigating residents’ attitudes of 2016 Olympic Games

Vishwas Maheshwari, Janaina de Moura Engracia Giraldi, Maria Gabriela Montanari

Olympic Games provide an arguably unparalleled amount of opportunities for the host city and country in relation to economic and socio-cultural growth and development…

Bidding for UK city of culture

Isaac Cunningham, Louise Platt

The UK city of culture (UKCoC) scheme developed out of Liverpool’s year as European Capital of Culture in 2008 and is synonymous with urban renewal. The purpose of this…

Social urbanism: public policy and place brand

Caroline Doyle

This paper aims to focus on how a public policy designed to address a social problem ultimately became the place brand.

Applying the HUL approach to walled towns of Mediterranean seaport cities

Anna Maria Colavitti, Alessia Usai

In last year, the innovations in shipbuilding and logistics have opened the walled towns of Mediterranean port cities to cruise tourism and other culture-led regeneration…

Community arts as an inclusive methodology for sustainable tourism development

Yuthasak Chatkaewnapanon, Joan Marie Kelly

Community arts practice gives voice to a younger generation, who must be studied as part of the development process from commencement, to accomplish building sustainable…

Migration governance as place making: South African experiences

Caitlin Blaser Mapitsa

This paper aims to explore the role of migrants in the process of place making, through case studies of migrant engagement with municipal planning in five South African…

The degree of the Hashemite university students’ desires, needs, and satisfaction with their campus urban design

Ahamd A. Alhusban, Safa A. Alhusban, Yamen N. Al-Betawi

The purposes of this study is to explore and describe the main campus urban design principles, to investigate and examine the degree of Hashemite University’s (HU’s…

Place development for international retirement migrants: a decision-making process model

Ann Suwaree Ashton, Noel Scott, Therdchai Choibamroong

This study aims to investigate the decision-making processes of international retirement migrants. The development of a place in response to the high demand for…



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