More than ‘where you do football:’ reimagining green space through green infrastructure planning. In Wiig, A., Ward, K., Enright, T., Hodson, M., Pearsall, H. & Silver, J. (eds), Infrastructuring Urban Futures, 2023. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press: 137-163
De-municipalisation? Legacies of austerity for England’s urban parks. The Geographical Journal, 2023 (with Andrew Smith and Marion Ernwein).
Engaging Resilience: Integrating Sociocultural Dimensions into Green Infrastructure Planning. In: Gomes Sant'Anna, C., Mell, I. & Schenk, L.B.M. (eds). Planning with Landscape: Green Infrastructure to Build Climate-Adapted Cities, 2023. Springer Cham: 15-33.
Whitten, M. (2022). Planning past parks: Overcoming restrictive green space narratives in contemporary compact cities. Town Planning Review, 2022, 93(5) 469-493.
Green space access is not equal in the UK – and the government isn’t doing enough to change that (with Ian Mell), The Conversation, 2022.
Addressing inequalities in access to green space in a post-pandemic world: Lessons from London (with Peter Massini). In: Doucet, B., Filion, P. & van Melik, R. (eds). Global Reflections on COVID-19 Urban Inequalities, Vol. 3: Public Space & Mobility, 2021. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press: 87-96.
Access to nature in a post Covid-19 world: opportunities for green infrastructure financing, distribution and equitability in urban planning (with Ian Mell). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2021, 18(4): 1527.
Contesting Longstanding Conceptualisations of Urban Green Space. In: Dempsey N. & Dobson J. (eds), Naturally Challenged: Contested Perceptions and Practices in Urban Green Spaces, 2020. Cities and Nature. Springer Cham: 87-116.
Breathing space: City design and green space, Fabian Review, 2020. Fabian Society: 16-17.
Blame it on austerity? Examining the impetus behind London’s changing green space governance, People, Place and Policy, 2019, 12(3):204-224. See LSE news.
Seeing the forest and the trees: Can strategic green space be delivered locally? London as a case study. Submit July 2023 to Environment & Planning E: Nature & Space.
Falling between the (green) cracks? Exploring green space provision for young people’s mental wellbeing. Submit October 2023 to Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning.