College court: processes and rules versus intuition and interaction

Timothy, J. and Madgin, R. (2015) College court: processes and rules versus intuition and interaction. In: Bashforth, M., Benson, M., Boon, T., Brigham, L., Brigham, R., Brookfield, K., Brown, P., Callaghan, D., Calvin, J.-P., Courtney, R., Cremin, K., Furness, P., Graham, H., Hale, A., Hodgkiss, P., Lawson, J., Madgin, R., Robinson, D., Stanley, J., Swan, M., Timothy, J. and Turner, R. (eds.) How Should Heritage Decisions be Made? Increasing Participation From Where You Are. Connected Communities: Arts & Humanities Research Council, pp. 28-31.

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The significance of a Listed building is often imagined as a stable and fixed part of the planning process. However in College Court the collaboration between a Conservation Officer and a team of architects and developers saw the building’s meaning become more and more explicit through the process of working together. Social and emotional dynamics underpinned an iterative negotiation, in place of rules or any simple moment of ‘decision’.

Item Type:Book Sections
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Madgin, Professor Rebecca
Authors: Timothy, J., and Madgin, R.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Social and Political Sciences > Urban Studies
Publisher:Connected Communities: Arts & Humanities Research Council

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