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Rawlings, J., Coker, P., Doak, J. and Burfoot, B. (2014) Do smart grids offer a new incentive for SME carbon reduction? Sustainable Cities and Society, 10. pp. 245-250. ISSN 2210-6707 doi: 10.1016/j.scs.2013.04.003

Parker, G. and Doak, J. (2012) Key concepts in planning. Key Concepts in Human Geography . Sage, pp296. ISBN 9781847870766

Karadimitriou, N., Doak, J. and Cidre, E. (2010) Rethinking brownfields: discourses, networks and space-time. In: De Roo, G. and Silva, E. A. (eds.) A planner's encounter with complexity. New Directions in Planning Theory. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 263-282. ISBN 9781409402657

Doak, J. (2009) An inspector calls: looking at retail development through a sustainability lens. Journal of Retail and Leisure Property, 8 (4). pp. 299-309. ISSN 1750-2098 doi: 10.1057/rlp.2009.17

Doak, J. (2009) Fora, networks and public examinations: building a sustainable development for South East England. In: Coenen, F. H. J. M. (ed.) Public participation and better environmental decisions: the promise and limits of participatory processes for the quality of environmentally related decision-making. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 135-152. ISBN 9781402093241

Doak, J. and Khan, O. S. M. (2009) Integrating e-learning in real estate education: the iLearn and ULearn case studies. Journal of European Real Estate Research, 2 (3). pp. 294-307. ISSN 1753-9269 doi: 10.1108/17539260911000015

Healy, P., McNamara, P., Elson, M. and Doak, A. (2009) Land use planning and the mediation of urban change: the British planning system in practice. Cambridge Human Geography. Cambridge University Press , Cambridge, pp312. ISBN 9780521109147 (reissue)

Doak, J. and Karadimitriou, N. (2007) Actor networks: the brownfield merry-go-round. In: Dixon, T., Raco, M., Catney, P. and Lerner, D. N. (eds.) Sustainable brownfield regeneration: liveable places from problem spaces. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp. 67-85. ISBN 9781405144032

Al-Tabbaa, A., Smith, S., De Munck, C., Dixon, T., Doak, J., Garvin, S. and Raco, M. (2007) Climate change, pollutant linkage and brownfield regeneration. In: Dixon, T., Raco, M., Catney, P. and Lerner, D. N. (eds.) Sustainable brownfield regeneration: liveable places from problem spaces. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp. 265-311. ISBN 9781405144032

Doak, J. and Karadimitriou, N. (2007) (Re)development, complexity and networks: a framework for research. Urban Studies, 44 (2). pp. 209-229. ISSN 0042-0980 doi: 10.1080/00420980601074953

Raco, M., Parker, G. and Doak, J. (2006) Reshaping spaces of local governance? Community strategies and the modernisation of local government in England. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 24 (4). pp. 475-496. ISSN 1472-3425 doi: 10.1068/c51m

Doak, J. and Parker, G. (2005) Networked space? The challenge of meaningful participation and the new spatial planning in England. Planning Practice and Research, 20 (1). pp. 23-40. ISSN 1360-0583 doi: 10.1080/02697450500261699

Doak, J., Parker, G. and Raco, M., (2004) Community strategies in England: reshaping spaces of governance? Working Papers in Real Estate & Planning. 01/04. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp27.

Doak, J. and Karadimitriou, N., (2004) Land re-use, complexity and actor-networks: a framework for research. Working Papers in Real Estate & Planning. 09/04. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp12.

Doak, J. and Martin, A. (2002) Consensus Building for Environmental Sustainability: The Case of Lancashire. In: Gouldson, A. and Roberts, P. (eds.) Integrating Economic Development and Environmental Management: Strategies for Local Government. Routledge, London, pp. 224-241. ISBN 9781134703685

Doak, J. and Parker, G., (2002) ‘Pre-plan mapping’, networks, capital resources and community strategies in England. Working Papers in Land Management & Development. 11/02. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp30.

Doak, J., (2001) Fora, networks and public examinations: the role and significance of public participation in the new regional plan for South East England. Working Papers in Land Management & Development. 12/01. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp17.

Doak, J., (2001) Local agenda 21 and planning practice: structural transformation or window dressing? Working Papers in Land Management & Development . 11/01. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp8.

Doak, J., French, N., Gibbard, R., Lizieri, C. M. and Palmer , S., (2000) The Operation of the Crichel Down Rules (Final Report to the DETR by The University of Reading and Gerald Eve). Project Report. DETR, London. pp190. ISBN 9781851124176

Lynch, J. and Doak, J. (2000) The Contribution of Conservation Areas to Urban Sustainability. In: Compact Cities and Sustainable Urban Development: A Critical Assessment of Policies and Plans From an International Perspective. Ashgate, Basingstoke, pp. 65-77. ISBN 9780754615378

Doak, J. and French, N., (1999) The Reuse of Redundant Defence Estate (Final Report to the DETR by The University of Reading and Fuller Peiser). Project Report. Thomas Telford, London. pp165. ISBN 9780727728166

Doak, J. (1999) Planning for the Reuse of Redundant Defence Estate: Disposal Processes, Policy Frameworks and Development Impacts. Planning Practice & Research, 14 (2). pp. 211-224. ISSN 0269-7459

Hart, D., Doak, J. and McCann, P., (1999) Prosperity in Hertfordshire: An Economic and Organisational Audit of the State of Hertfordshire in 1999. Technical Report. Hertfordshire Prosperity Forum, Hertford. pp60.

Therivel, R., Doak, J. and Stott, M., (1998) Desperately Seeking Sustainability. Town and Country Planning . T&CPA, London. pp3. ISSN ISSN 0040-9960

Doak, J., Stott, M. and Therivel, R. (1998) From SEA to Sustainability: A Critical Review of the Life and Times of the SERPLAN Sustainability Panel. Regional Studies, 32 (1). pp. 73-91. ISSN 1360-0591

Doak, J. (1998) Changing the World Through Participative Action: The Dynamics and Potential of Local Agenda 21. In: Coenen, F., Huitema, D. and O’Toole, L. (eds.) Participation and the Quality of Environmental Decision Making. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 77-91. ISBN 9789401153300

Doak, J., (1998) Planning for the reuse of redundant defence estate: disposal processes, policy frameworks and development impacts. Working Papers in Land Management & Development. 08/98. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp19.

Doak, J., (1998) Think local, act local? Issues of co-ordination and integration in Local Agenda 21. Working Papers in Land Management & Development. 09/98. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp11.

Doak, J. and Lynch, J., (1998) Urban conservation areas and sustainable development: exploring the relationship. Working Papers in Land Management & Development. 10/98. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp21.

Doak, J., Davies, H.W.E.(L.) and Breheny, M., (1996) Sustainable Settlements and Shelter: The UK National Report. Technical Report. HMSO, London. pp155. ISBN 0117531901

Doak, J., (1995) Keeping Hertfordshire green: the implementation of strategic environmental policy 1983-1993. Working Papers in Land Management & Development. 44/95. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp15.

Hart, D., Breheny, M., Doak, J., Montgomery, J. and Strike, J., (1994) Bright Green: Developing a Knowledge-Based and Environmentally Aware Industrial Strategy for Hertfordshire into the 21st Century. Technical Report. Hertfordshire County Council, Hertford. pp143. ISBN 090353813X

Hart, D. and Doak, J. (1994) Economic Restructuring and Planned Restraint Policy in South East England: Lessons from Hertfordshire. Regional Studies, 28 (2). pp. 215-219. ISSN 1360-0591

Doak, J. (1993) Commercial Property: Boom, Gloom and the Way Ahead. Taylor & Francis. (Planning Practice & Research, Vol. 8.4, pp.1-4)

Doak, J. (1993) Privatising Democracy? Taylor & Francis. (Planning Practice & Research, Vol. 8.1, pp.1-3)

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