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Declan Redmond

Associate Professor

School Of Architecture, Plan & Env Pol
Planning and Env Policy
Belfield
Dublin 4

Tel: +353 1 7162716
Email: declan.redmond@ucd.ie

Biography

I am Associate Professor of Housing and Planning in the School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy. I teach modules on Housing, Planning and Sustainability, Environmental Assessment,  the History of Planning and Planning Methodologies. My principal research interests revolve around housing and planning, urban regeneration, the politics and governance of planning and conservation policy and practice.  I am currently involved in projects investigating the housing system and the mortgage crisis; conservation of the built heritage; planing and community gain and the participation of disadvantaged communities in the planning system.   

Professional

Honours and Awards

Year: 2007.
Title: Presidents Research Award
Year: 2013.
Title: Adrian Norridge Housing Research Bursary
Year: 2004.
Title: PhD Essay Prize

Associations

Association: Irish Planning Institute , Function/Role: Affiliate Member
Association: The Geographical Society of Ireland, Function/Role: Member
Association: Royal Town Planning Institute, Function/Role: Chartered Member
Association: European Network of Housing Researchers, Function/Role: Member
Association: European Urban Research Association, Function/Role: Member
Association: Royal Geographical Society, Function/Role: Fellow
Association: RC21 Research Committee on Housing and the Built Environment, Function/Role: Member
Association: RC43 Research Committee on Urban and Regional Development, Function/Role: Member
Association: Association of Critical Heritage Studies, Function/Role: Member
     

Conference Contributions

Redmond, Declan and Waldron, Richard. (2017) Don't Waste A Good Crisis: The Reshaping of the Irish Planning System. [Oral Presentation], The Great Regional Reawakening- Regional Studies Associaiton, Dublin , 12-JUN-17 - 06-JUN-17.
Waldron, R and Redmond, D (2015) (For)Bearing the Costs of Reckless Lending: Examining the State¿s Response to the Irish Mortgage Arrears Crisis. Association of American Geographers, .
Murphy, E., Fox-Rogers, L. and Redmond, D. (2013) The Creative Economy and Strategic Economic Policy. [Non Refereed Paper/Abstract Presented at Conference], International conference on social sciences, Izmire, Turkey , 04-OCT-13 - 05-OCT-13.
Russell, P. and Redmond, D.; (2009) Designing Sustainable Communities: Struggling to Combine Beauty with Equity. [Non Refereed Paper/Abstract Presented at Conference], City Futures: European Urban Research Association Conference, Madrid , 04-JUN-09 - 06-JUN-09.
Redmond, D. and Russell, P. (2008) Communities for Sale? Susstainable Urban Regeneration of Social Housing in Dublin. [Oral Presentation], Association of American Geographers Conference, Boston , 15-APR-08 - 18-APR-08.
Scott, M. Redmond, D. and Russell, P. ; (2006) The politics of rural housing and planning. [Oral Presentation], Conference of Irish Geographers , May, Dublin , 15-MAY-06 - 18-MAY-06.
Redmond, D. and Kernan, G.; (2006) Evaluating the Affordable Housing Provision: The 1999 Scheme. [Peer Reviewed Published Proceedings], Paper to the Combat Poverty Agency, .
Redmond, D., Scott, M. and Russell, P. ; (2005) Residents associations', Voluntarism and the Local State in Dublin. [Oral Presentation], Paper to the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin , 17-APR-06 - 20-APR-06.
Redmond, D. ; (2005) Tenant Participation and the Social Housing Sector. [Oral Presentation], Paper to Conference on Community Participation in Urban Regeneration and Planning, Combat Poverty Agency and Trinity College Dublin, Dublin , 12-SEP-06 - 20-SEP-06.
Redmond, D. Russell, P. and Scott, M; (2005) Residents Associations and Voluntarism. [Peer Reviewed Published Proceedings], Institute of British Geographers Conference, .
Redmond, D., Russell, P. and Scott, M. ; (2005) Residents' Associations, Activism and Planning in Dublin. [International Refereed Conference], Residents' Associations, Activism and Planning in Dublin, London , 31-AUG-05 - 02-SEP-05.
Punch, M., Redmond. D. and Kelly, S.; (2004) Selling the City: Entrepreneurial Governance and the Geography of Resistance in Dublin,. [Oral Presentation], Paper to Conference of Irish Geographers, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Maynooth , 10-MAY-04 - 19-MAY-04.
Russell, P. and Redmond, D.; (2004) Dublin as a Sustainable City. [Oral Presentation], Paper to European Housing Ecology Network, Dublin , 09-JUN-04 - 11-JUN-04.
Redmond, D. (2004) Social Housing Regeneration and Public Private Partnerships. [Oral Presentation], Paper to Threshold Seminar, Dublin, Dublin , 18-APR-05 - 20-APR-05.
Redmond, D. and Russell, P. ; (2004) Paper to the Homeless Agency, Dublin. [Oral Presentation], The Planning System and the Provision of Homeless Accommodation, Dublin , 18-MAY-04 - 20-MAY-04.
Redmond, D., Russell, P. and Scott, M. (2004) Residents Associations, Voluntarism and the Local State in Dublin. [Oral Presentation], Royal Irish Academy, Third Sector Research Programme, Belfast , 19-APR-04 - 20-APR-05.
Redmond, D. and Punch, M. (2003) Taking Liberties: Access to Housing in Dublins Inner City. [Oral Presentation], Towards Environmental Citizenship, Urban Institute Ireland, September, 2003 , Dublin , 20-SEP-04 - 22-SEP-04.
Redmond, D. and Punch, M.; (2003) The Politics of Social and Affordable Housing. [Oral Presentation], Conference of Irish Geographers, May 3rd, 2003, Trinity College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin , 03-MAY-03.
Redmond, D.; (2003) The Effectiveness of Tenant Participation. [Oral Presentation], Seminar to the Combat Poverty Agency, Public Seminar Series, April 16th, 2003, * , 16-APR-03.
Punch, M. and Redmond, D.; (2003) Housing , Social Need and Land Policies. [Oral Presentation], Feasta Conference on Land: Our Common Future, 2003, Dublin , 09-JUN-03 - 11-JUN-03.
Punch, M., Redmond. D. and Kelly, S. (2003) Mapping the uneven city: urban restructuring, entrepreneurial governance and social conflict in Dublin. [Oral Presentation], Royal Geographical Society and Institute of British geographers Conference, London. 2003 , London , 01-SEP-03 - 03-SEP-03.
Redmond, D.; (2002) Conference on Housing Affordability. [Conference Organising Committee Member], Access to Housing: Affordability, Supply and Planning, September 2002, Trinity College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin , 09-SEP-02 - 11-SEP-03.
Redmond, D.; (2002) Sustainable Social Housing. [Oral Presentation], Conference of Irish Geographers, University of Ulster, Magee College. May 2002, University of Ulster, Magee College , 20-MAY-02 - 23-MAY-02.
Redmond, D. (2001) The Effectiveness of Tenant Participation. [Oral Presentation], Managing in Partnership: Involving Tenants and Residents in Housing Estate Management, Organised by the Housing Unit, Institute of Public Administration. October 2001, Dublin , 11-JUN-01 - 13-JUN-01.
 

Employment

Employer: UCD
Position: Lecturer
Employer: Limerick Institute of Technology
Position: Lecturer
Employer: Cardiff University
Position: Research Fellow
Employer: University of Glasgow
Position: Research Associate
Employer: Dublin Institute of Technology
Position: Lecturer (part-time)
Employer: Trinity College Dublin
Position: Lecturer (part-time)

Education

Year 1985 Institution: Trinity College Dublin
Qualification: BA Subject: --none--
Year 1995 Institution: Trinity College Dublin
Qualification: MA Subject:
Year 2003 Institution: Trinity College DUblin
Qualification: PhD Subject: --none--
         

Publications

 

Book Chapters

Lawton, P., Murphy, E. and Redmond, D. (2014) 'Neoliberalising the city 'creative-class' style' In: MacLaran, A. and Kelly, S (eds). Neoliberal Urban Policy and the Transformation of the City: Reshaping Dublin. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. , pp.189-202 Available Online [DOI] [Details]
Redmond, D. (2014) 'The Private Rented Sector and Rent Supplement: The Emergence and Development of a Social Housing Support' In: Sirr, Lorcan (eds). Renting in Ireland: The Social, Voluntary and Private Sectors. Dublin: Institute of Public Administraton. [Details]
Redmond, D. and Norris, M. (2014) 'Social Housing in Ireland' In: Redmond, D. and Norris, M (eds). Social Housing In Europe. London: Wiley-Blackwell. , pp.145-164 [Details]
Williams, B. and Redmond, D. (2014) 'Ready Money: Residential Over-Development and its Consequences' In: Maclaran, A. and Kelly, S (eds). Neoliberal Urban Policy and the Transformation of the City: Reshaping Dublin. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
Hearne, R. and Redmond, D. (2014) 'The Collapse of PPPs: PRospects for Social Housing Regeneration After the Crash' In: MacLaran, A. and Kelly, S (eds). Neoliberal Urban Policy and the Transformation of the City: Reshaping Dublin. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
Egedy, T., Redmond, D. and Ehrlich, K (2013) 'Urban Regeneration and Housing as Potential Tools for Enhancing the Creative Economy' In: Musterd, S. and Kovacs, Z (eds). Place-Making and Policies for Competitive Cities. London: Wiley-Blackwell. [Details]
Brown, J., Redmond, D. and Pradel, M (2013) 'Capitalising on Position: Policies for Competitive Capital and non-Capital Cities' In: Musterd, S. and Kovacs, Z (eds). Place-Making and Policies for Competitive Cities. London: Wiley Blackwell. [Details]
Redmond, D and Norris, M; (2010) 'Irlande, un logement social specialise' In: Redmond, D and Norris, M; (eds). Le Logement Social en Europe au debut du XXI Siecle. Renne: Presses Universitiaries De Rennes. [Details]
Murphy, E. and Redmond, D.; (2010) 'The role of 'hard' and 'soft' factors for accommodating creative knowledge: insights from Dublin's 'creative class'' In: Kirby, P. and Carmody, P (eds). The Legacy of Ireland's Economic Expansion: Geographies of the Celtic Tiger. London: Routledge. [Details]
Scott, M. Russell, P and Redmond, D.; (2009) 'Managing spatial change in the rural-urban fringe: the role of active citizenship and civil society in the Republic of Ireland' In: Andersson, K., Eklund, E. , Lehtola, M. and Salmi, P (eds). Beyond the Rural-Urban Divide: Cross-Continental Perspectives on the Differentiated Countryside and its Regulations. Bingley: Emerald Press. , pp.249-275 [Details]
Redmond, D.; (2007) 'Beyond the pale in Dublin : asylum seekers, welfare and citizenship' In: Neill, W.J.V. and Schwedler, H (eds). Migration and Cultural Inclusion in the European City. London: Palgrave. , pp.241-256 [Details]
Punch, M., Redmond, D. and Kelly, S.; (2007) 'Uneven Development, City Governance and Urban Change ' Unpacking the Global-Local Nexus in Dublin's Inner City' In: Hambleton, Robin. and Gross, Jill Simone (eds). Governing Cities in a Global Era: Urban Innovation, Competition, and Democratic Reform. London: Palgrave. [Details]
Redmond, D. and Norris, M.; (2007) 'Social Housing in the Republic of Ireland' In: Whitehead, C. and Scanlon, K (eds). Social Housing in Europe. London: London School of Economics. , pp.118-129 [Details]
Scott, M., Moore, N., Redmond, D. and Gkartzios, M.; (2006) 'Housing growth, land delivery and sustainable urban management' In: John Yarwood (eds). The Dublin-Belfast corridor: Ireland's mega-city region. Aldershot: Ashgate. [Details]
Redmond, D. and Norris. M. (2005) 'Setting the Scene: Recent transformations in Irish housing' In: Norris, M. and Redmond, D (eds). Housing Contemporary Ireland: policy, society, shelter. New York: Springer. , pp.1-21 [Details]
Norris, M and Redmond, D; (2005) 'Reforming Local Authority Housing Management: the case of tenant participation in estate management'' In: Norris, M. and Redmond, D (eds). Housing Contemporary Ireland: policy, society and shelter. New York: Springer. , pp.183-204 [Details]
Russell, P., Redmond, D., Scott, M; (2005) 'Active Citizenship; Residents' Associations, Social Capital and Collective Action' In: Russell, P., Redmond, D., Scott, M; (eds). Renewing Urban Communities: Environment, Citizenship and Sustainability in Ireland. Hampshire: Algate. [Details]
Redmond, D and Norris, M.; (2005) 'Estate management and Tenant Participation' In: Redmond, D and Norris, M.; (eds). Housing Contemporary Ireland: Policy, Society and Shelter. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. [Details]
Andrew MacLaran and Brendan williams (2005) 'Urban renewal and the Private Rented Sector' In: Norris ,M. and Redmond, D (eds). Housing Contemporary Ireland: Policy, Society and Shelter. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. , pp.144-159 [Details]
Redmond, D. and Kernan, G.; (2005) 'The economics and politics of affordable housing' In: Redmond, D. and Kernan, G.; (eds). Renewing Urban Communities: Environment, Citizenship and Sustainability in Ireland. Hampshire: Algate. [Details]

Edited Books

Norris, M. and Redmond, D (Ed.). (2007) Housing Contemporary Ireland: Policy, Society and Shelter. Dordrecht: Springer Press. [Details]
Norris, M. and Redmond, D (Ed.). (2005) Housing Contemporary Ireland: Policy, Society and Shelter. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

Parkinson, A., Scott, M. and Redmond, D. (2017) 'Revalorising colonial era architecture and townscape legacies: memory, identity and place-making in Irish towns'. Journal of Urban Design, 22 (4):502-519. [DOI] [Details]
Zhang, Z., Moore-Cherry, N. and Redmond, D. (2017) 'A crisis of crisis management? Evaluating post-2010 housing restructuring in Nanjing, China'. Housing Policy Debate, . [DOI] [Details]
Parkinson, A., Scott, M. and Redmond, D. (2016) 'Defining 'official' built heritage discourses within the Irish planning framework: insights from conservation planning as social practice'. European Planning Studies, 24 (2):277-296. [DOI] [Details]
Waldron, R. and Redmond, D. (2017) 'We're just existing, not living! Mortgage stress and the concealed costs of coping with crisis'. Housing Studies, 32 (5):584-612. [DOI] [Details]
Parkinson, A., Scott, M. and Redmond, D. (2016) 'Competing Discourses of Built Heritage: lay values in Irish conservation planning'. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 22 (3):261-273. [DOI] [Details]
Waldron, R. and Redmond, D. (2016) '(For)Bearing the Costs of Reckless Lending: Examining the Response to the Irish Mortgage Arrears Crisis'. International Journal of Housing Policy, 16 (3):267-292. [DOI] [Details]
Parkinson, A., Scott, M. and Redmond, D. (2015) 'Negotiating post-colonial legacies: shifting conservation narratives and residual colonial built heritage in Ireland'. Town Planning Review, 86 (2):203-228. [DOI] [Details]
Waldron, R and Redmond, D. (2015) 'Stress in Suburbia: Counting the Costs of Ireland's Property Crash and Mortgage Arrears Crisis'. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 107 (4):484-501. [Details]
Murphy, E., Fox-Rogers, L. and Redmond, D. (2015) 'Location decision-making of 'creative' industries: the media and computer game sectors in Dublin, Ireland'. Growth And Change, 46 (1):97-113. Available Online [DOI] Link to full text [Details]
Waldron, R. and Redmond. D. (2014) 'The Extent of the Mortgage Crisis in Ireland and Policy Responses'. Housing Studies, 29 (1):149-165. [DOI] [Details]
Lawton, P., Murphy, E. and Redmond, D. (2013) 'Residential preferences of the 'creative class'?'. Cities, 31 :47-56. Available Online [DOI] Link to full text [Details]
Scott, M., Redmond, D. and Russell, P.; (2012) 'Active citizenship and local representational politics in 21st Century Ireland: the role of residents groups within Dublin's planning arena'. European Planning Studies, 20 (2):147-170. [Details]
Lawton, P., Murphy, E. and Redmond, D. (2010) 'Examining the role of 'creative class' ideas in urban and economic policy formation: the case of Dublin, Ireland'. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development, 1 (4):267-286. Available Online [DOI] [Details]
Russell, P. and Redmond, D.; (2009) 'Social housing regeneration in Dublin: market-based regeneration and the creation of sustainable communities'. Local Environment, 14 (7):635-650. [Details]
Murphy, E. and Redmond, D.; (2009) 'The role of `hard' and `soft'  factors for accommodating creative knowledge: insights from Dublin's `creative class''. Irish Geography, 42 (1):69-84. [Details]
Howley, P., Scott, M. and Redmond, D.; (2009) 'Sustainability versus liveability: an investigation neighbourhood satisfaction'. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 52 (6):847-864. [Details]
Howley, P., Scott, M. and Redmond, D.; (2009) 'An examination of residential preferences for less sustainable housing: Exploring future mobility among Dublin central city residents'. Cities, 26 (1):1-8. [Details]
Redmond. D. and Russell, P.; (2008) 'Social Housing Regeneration and the Creation of Sustainable Communities in Dublin'. Local Economy, 23 (3):168-179. [Details]
Scott, M., Redmond, D. and Russell, P.; (2007) 'Active citizenship, civil society and managing spatial change in the rural-urban fringe'. Policy and Politics, 35 (1):163-190. [Details]
Redmond, D.; (2002) 'Policy and Practice in Tenant Participation: Empowering Tenants?'. Journal of Irish Urban Studies, 1 (2):1-18. [Details]
Redmond, D.; (2001) 'Social Housing Policy in Ireland: Under New Management?'. European Journal of Housing Policy, 1 (2):291-306. [Details]
Redmond, D. and Walker, R.; (1995) 'Transition and Change: Housing Management in Ireland'. Regional Studies, 29 (3):312-316. [Details]
 

Conference Publications

Parkinson, A; Scott, M; Redmond, D (2017) Understanding character: the case of heritage towns in Ireland All-Ireland Architectural Research Group Sixth Annual Conference Available Online [Details]
Parkinson, A., Scott, M. and Redmond, D. (2016) Contesting conservation-planning: insights from Ireland The 17th International Planning History Society Conference [Details]
Parkinson, A; Scott, M; Redmond, D (2016) Contesting Conservation-Planning: Insights from Ireland . In: Carola Hein eds. International Planning History Society Proceedings, 17th IPHS Conference, History-Urbanism-Resilience TU Delft, , 17-JUL-16 - 21-JUL-16 , pp.29-48 [DOI] [Details]
O¿ Donoghue-Hynes, B. Waldron, R. and Redmond, D. (2016) Housing First in Dublin: Who to Target? European Network of Housing Research [Details]
Waldron, R and Redmond, D (2015) Mortgage Stress and the Unrevealed Casualties of the Irish Mortgage Crisis European Network of Housing Researchers (Lisbon) [Details]
Parkinson, A., Scott, M. and Redmond, D. (2014) Built Heritage at Ireland's Rural-Urban Interface AIARG Emerging Research [Details]
Parkinson, A., Scott, M. and Redmond, D. (2013) Conservation and Consensus: Defining Expert Built Heritage Discourse in Ireland Planning for Resilient Cities and Regions:AESOP conference [Details]
Waldron, R and Redmond, D (2013) Responding to the Crisis: The experiences and coping strategies of mortgage stressed households in Ireland¿ RC21 Resourceful Cities [Details]
Waldron, R and Redmond, D (2013) An anatomy of the Mortgage Crisis in Ireland ENHR Conference Overcoming the Crisis: integrating the urban environment¿ [Details]
Parkinson, A., Scott, M. and Redmond, D. (2013) Urbanity, Exclusionary Discourses and Built Heritage Policy in Ireland RC21 Resourceful Cities [Details]
Waldron, R and Redmond, D (2012) The Mortgage Crisis in Ireland: Negative Equity, Mortgage Arrears and Policy Responses ENHR Home Ownership ¿ During and After the Crisis [Details]
Waldron, R and Redmond, D (2012) The Mortgage Crisis in Ireland and Household Resilience European Urban Research Association Conference, Vienna [Details]
Punch, M., Redmond, D.; (2009) The politics of urban meaning: the place of memory and vision in contested regeneration processes in Dublin City, Ireland City Futures: An International Conference on Globalism and Urban Change Available Online [Details]
Russell, P., Redmond, D. and Scott, M; (2007) Integration and Exclusion, Active Citizenship and Neighbourhood Change and Development . In: Vaggione, P. and Merey-Enil, Z eds. 42nd IsoCaRP International Congress, Cities between Integration and Disintegration: Opportunities and Challenges , 14-SEP-06 - 18-SEP-06 [Details]
Russell, P., Scott, M. and Redmond, D.; (2007) Engaged Communities: Creating Social Capital at Neighbourhood Level European Urban Research Association (EURA) 10th Anniversary Conference, The Vital City , 12-SEP-07 - 14-SEP-07 [Details]
Gkartzios, M., Scott, M. and Redmond, D.; (2005) n search of spatial sustainable development: A critical review of strategic spatial planning policy and emerging settlement trends in Ireland Paper presented to the Regional Studies Association Conference, Aalborg [Details]
Scott, M., Russell, P. and Redmond, D.; (2005) Active citizenship, civil society and managing spatial change in the rural-urban fringe European Society of Rural Sociology Conference [Details]
Russell, P., Redmond, D., and Scott, M ; (2005) 'Residents' Associations, Social Capital and Power' RTPI Planning Research Conference, The Power of Planning: the Reform Agenda , 05-APR-05 - 07-APR-05 [Details]
Redmond, D.; (2004) Managing Place: Tenant Participation on Social Housing Estates in Ireland Paper to European Network of Housing Research Conference, University of Cambridge [Details]
Redmond, D. and Kernan, G. ; (2004) Evaluating the Provision of Affordable Housing Housing Studies Association Conference, Belfast [Details]
Redmond, D. ; (2004) Housing Policy and the Integration of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Ireland Paper to Conference on Citizenship and the Management of Cultural Difference in the European City, European Academy of the Urban Environment, Berlin [Details]
Punch, M., Redmond, D., and Kelly, S. ; (2004) Uneven development, city governance and urban change: unpacking the global-local nexus in Dublin's inner city Paper to conference on City Futures: An International Conference on Globalism and Urban Change, University of Chicago [Details]
Punch M., Redmond, D., and Kelly, S.; (2003) Restructuring the divided city: uneven development and gated communities in Dublin Gated Communities Conference: Building Social Division or Safer Communities University of Glasgow, Available Online [Details]

Published Reports

Redmond. D. and Hearne, R. (2013) Starting Afresh: Housing Associations, Stock Transfer and Regeneration. Cluid Housing Association, Dublin. Available Online [Details]
Young, G., Orr, A., Gibb, K., Wilcox, S. and Redmond, D. (2013) Review of Social Rent Setting in Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Belfast. Available Online [Details]
Young, G; O' Sullivan, T; Redmond, D; Blair, N; Gibb, K; (2012) Crossing Borders. Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Belfast. Available Online [Details]
Redmond, D., Williams, B., Hughes, B. and Cudden, J. (2012) Demographic Trends in Dublin. Creative Dublin Alliance, Dublin. Available Online [Details]
Lawton, P., Redmond, D. and Murphy, E. (2010) Policy development and creative knowledge industries in the Dublin region: How to enhance the city's competitiveness. Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR), Amsterdam, 61 pages. Available Online [Details]
Gkartzios, M. and Redmond, D.; (2009) Occupancy conditions in rural housing: Republic of Ireland [Annex]. In Satsangi, M. and Crawford, J. An Investigation of Occupancy Conditions in Rural Housing. Scotish Government Social Research, Edinburgh. Available Online [Details]
Fox, L., Murphy, E., Redmond, D. and Lawton, P. (2009) Exploring Dublin's creative knowledge economy: The views of workers, managers and transnational migrants. Amsterdam Institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies (AMIDSt), Amsterdam, 90 pages. Available Online [Details]
Norris, M. and Redmond, D.; (2009) Private Sector Involvement in Regenerating Social Housing Estates: a review recent practice in Dublin. Combat Poverty Agency, Dublin. [Details]
Lawton, P., Redmond, D. and Murphy, E. ; (2009) Creative Knowledge Workers in the Dublin Region: The View of Transnational Migrants. Amsterdam institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies (AMIDSt), Amsterdam. [Details]
Murphy, E., Redmond, D. and McKnight, D. ; (2008) The creative knowledge economy in Dublin: understanding the attractiveness of the metropolitan region for creative knowledge workers. Amsterdam institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies (AMIDSt), Amsterdam. [Details]
Murphy, E. and Redmond, D.; (2008) Location factors of creative knowledge companies in the Dublin Region: The managers' view. Amsterdam institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies (AMIDSt), Amsterdam. [Details]
Murphy, E. and Redmond, D. (2008) Location factors of creative knowledge companies in the Dublin region. Amsterdam institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies (AMIDSt), Amsterdam, 83 pages. Available Online [Details]
Redmond, D., Crossa, V., Moore, N. & Williams, B., ; (2007) Dublin as Emergent Global Gateway: Pathways to creative and knowledge-based regions. ACRE Research Papers, Amsterdam. [Details]
Redmond, D., Scott, M. and Howley, P.; (2007) Quality of Life and Apartment Dwellings in Dublin. Dublin City Council, Dublin. [Details]
Williams, B and Redmond, D.; (2006) Ideopolis: Knowledge City Region Dublin Case Study. The Work Foundation, London. Available Online [Details]
Scott, M., Gkartzios, M., Redmond, D., Williams, B. and Clinch P; (2005) Emerging settlement trends and implementing the National Spatial Strategy. UCD GPEP, Dublin. [Details]
Redmond, D., Russell, P. adn Clayton, V.; (2003) The Planning System and the Provision of Homeless Services in Dublin. The Homeless Agency, Dublin. [Details]
                   

Presented Papers

Scott, M., Moore, N. and Redmond, D. ; (2003) Harvard Graduate School of Design/Irish Universities Planning Conference 2003. Presented Papers [Details]
                                                                                         

Research

Research Interests

The central theme of my research concerns Sustainable Housing and Communities. There are a number of strands to this research. The first theme examines the development of the housing market over the past decade, from peak to crash. In particular it explores the issue of housing affordability and the manner in which households bought into owner occupation at unsustainable prices and are now, in the aftermath of the crash, suffering the consequences of negative equity, arrears and housing exclusion.   Second, my research examines the social housing system, in particular how social housing neighbourhoods might be regenerated into sustainable neighbourhoods as mixed tenure estates.  The third strand has examined housing preferences, for example, of apartment dwellers in Dublin and the preferences of creative knowledge workers.   The second theme of my research has focused on the politics and governance of planning and housing. This work stems initially from my PhD work (2004) on tenant participation and power in social housing neighbourhoods. It has developed into a more wide ranging analysis of the relationship between citizens and the state, in particular the local state and how citizens interact with the planning system as one of the few avenues for active citizenship.  

Research Projects

Sponsor : Urban Studies Foundation (USF)
Title : The Urban Debtscape
Start Date / End Date : 04-JAN-16 / 03-JAN-19
Sponsor : Dublin City Council
Title : Homeless data analysis-update
Start Date / End Date : 01-DEC-15 / 30-JUN-16
Sponsor : Irish Research Council (IRC)
Title : Housing Futures Following the Crash: Is Ireland Transitioning Towards a Unitary Housing System?
Start Date / End Date : 04-JAN-16 / 03-JAN-18
Sponsor : Combat Poverty Agency
Title : An Evaluation of Affordable Housing
Start Date / End Date : 01-MAR-03 / 31-AUG-04
Sponsor : University College Dublin (UCD)
Title : Economic and Financial Evaluation of Affordable Planning
Start Date / End Date : 01-SEP-03 / 30-AUG-05
Sponsor : The Homeless Agency
Title : The Provision of homeless services and the planning system
Start Date / End Date : 01-NOV-02 / 31-JAN-03
Sponsor : University College Dublin (UCD)
Title : Restructuring Planning and Housing in Post-Crisis Ireland
Start Date / End Date : 01-APR-14 / 30-SEP-15
Sponsor : University College Dublin (UCD)
Title : Housing Policy Impacts: A Research Partnership Between University College Dublin and Dublin City Council.
Start Date / End Date : 01-APR-14 / 31-OCT-15
Sponsor : Irish Research Council (IRC)
Title : The Financialisation of Home Ownership: Mortgage Stress and the Impacts of the Irish Property Crash
Start Date / End Date : 01-OCT-14 / 30-SEP-15
Sponsor : The Heritage Council
Title : A Sustainable Future for the Historic Urban Core
Start Date / End Date : 07-FEB-14 / 27-NOV-15
Sponsor : Dublin City Council
Title : Demographies and Eduction provision in Dublin
Start Date / End Date : 02-SEP-13 / 31-DEC-13
Sponsor : Irish Research Council (IRC)
Title : Realigning Home Ownershiop after the Crash
Start Date / End Date : 01-NOV-12 / 30-MAY-13
Sponsor : European Commission FP6
Title : Accommodating Creative Knowledge - Competitiveness of European Metropolitan Regions with the Enlarged Union (ACRE)
Start Date / End Date : 01-OCT-06 / 30-SEP-10
Sponsor : Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Title : Sustainable urban development and the inner city: an investigation of residential change and quality of life
Start Date / End Date : 01-OCT-04 / 30-SEP-07
Sponsor : Royal Irish Academy (RIA)
Title : Social Housing and Regeneration
Start Date / End Date : 01-SEP-06 / 31-AUG-08

Recent Postgraduates

 I have supervised the  following research postgraduates.
- Zhao Zhang (2015) (With Dr. Niamh Moore) 
- Steven King (2015)  
 -Arthur Parkinson (PhD) (2015) (With Professor Mark Scott)
 - Richard Waldron (PhD) (2013) (With Dr. Brendan Williams)
- Deirdre Fallon (MSc) (2013)
- Cormac Walsh (PhD)  (2010) (with Dr. Brendan Williams)
- Peter Howley (Phd) (with Dr. Mark Scott)
- Gillian Kernan (MSc)

 

Collaborators

Internal Collaborators

Over the past few years I have worked on a number of projects with Dr. Mark Scott and Dr. Paula Russell in the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Policy. We are working on a number of projects funded by the Royal Irish Academy and the Environmental Protection Agency. I have published an edited book on housing policy in Ireland with Dr. Michelle Norris who is in the School of Applied Social Science.