Table of contents - Special Issue: Constructions of Property: Encompassing People, Power and Place
Guest Editors: Jill Dickinson
Human rights and the moralities of property: Participation, obligation and value in R (on the application of Mott) v. Environment AgencyBonnie Holligan
Responding to the Supreme Court’s decision in R (on the application of Mott) v. Environment Agency, the purpose of this study is to explore the interface between property…
The impact of compensation upon urban village residents satisfaction with the land expropriation process: Empirical evidence from Hangzhou, ChinaNing Chai, Rob Stevens, Xiaozhen Fang, Chun Mao, Ding Wang
The purpose of the paper is to investigate compensation and related welfare issues in the case of the expropriation of land for urban redevelopment in China.
Those seeking a new place to live – especially in the private rented sector – now head online to do so. The platforms they use and adverts they see are an important source of…
This paper aims to analyse the extent to which the government’s recent proposals to end no-fault evictions will result in “family-friendly” tenancies.
Renamed from:International Journal of Law in the Built Environment
Online date, start – end:2018
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Luke Bennett