Stuart Cameron

Stuart Cameron is a Senior Lecturer and Director of the Global Urban Research Unit. His research and publication are in the areas of urban regeneration and governance, social exclusion and housing. His most recent research was a major study for national government on Co-ordination of Area based Initiatives. Other recent areas of work have included minority ethnic housing needs, rural housing and the analysis of social exclusion at the regional scale. He has substantial experience in the management of research projects, including research for the ESRC, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, ODPM, and a wide range of other agencies. He has experience of research and research networks at the European level, including work on smaller cities in Europe, and is currently developing European comparative work on the theme of housing market renewal.



Recent Research Projects:

  • 1999-2002 Action Research Support for the Co-ordination of Area-Based Initiatives DETR
  • 2000 Scoping Study of Social Inclusion in the North-East Region One North-East
  • 1998-2000 The Role of Social Housing in Rural Areas Joseph Rowntree Foundation


Recent Publications:

  • 2002 (with M Stewart et al) Neighbourhood Renewal Unit: Collaboration and Co-ordination of Area-Based Initiatives
  • 2001 (S Cameron et al) A Scoping Study of social inclusion in the north east of England: A regional baseline and benchmark, Summary Report Newcastle, One Northeast
  • 2000 Ethnic minority housing needs and diversity in an area of low housing demand Environment and Planning A Vol. 31 1427-1444
  • 2000 (with A Field) Community, ethnicity and neighbourhood, Housing Studies Vol. 15, No 6 827-843



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