International Journal of Law in the Built Environment: Volume 5 Issue 1


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Regulating sustainable construction in Europe: An inquiry into the European Commission's harmonization attempts

Jeroen van der Heijden, Ellen van Bueren

The purpose of this paper is first, to gain insight into how the European member states have addressed the concept of sustainability in their building regulatory…

Regulating public/private interests in town and village greens

Barbara Bogusz

The purpose of this paper is to examine how public law regulates the relationship between private landowners and users of town and village greens. It explores the scope of…

Management agreements in multi‐unit housing developments: Existing models and the New Zealand Unit Titles Acts

Thomas Gibbons

The purpose of this paper is to test existing theoretical models relating to management agreements and “developer abuse” in relation to multi‐unit housing developments…


Cooperation and competition in complex construction projects: Implementation of EU procurement rules in England and Belgium

Yseult Marique

The purpose of this paper is to show that technical complexity in construction projects is intensified by complexity in public decision making. Public authorities need to…

Smart regulation, shifting architectures and changes in governance

Timothy Eccles, John Pointing

The paper explores theories of regulation by examining their consistency and fit with the development of smart regulation, better regulation and self‐regulation. It…

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2009 – 2017

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