This data set is used to add to our understanding of intra-city patterning of temporary development as a complement to intensive historical and narrative-based approaches to temporary use (Martin et al., 2020). As emphasised by Martin et al. (2020: 17) "further research is needed to identify locations where temporary uses are more or less likely to occur based on certain underlying characteristics". The novel data set of 422 temporary use interventions recorded between 2000-15 examines the morphology of temporary development in eight British cities: Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle, Nottingham, Manchester and Sheffield. Reference: Martin, M., Hincks, S. and Deas, I. (2020) Temporary use in England's core cities: Looking beyond the exceptional, Urban Studies, Online First, https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0042098019898076.
|Dato for tilgængelighed||2020|
|Tidsmæssig dækning||2000 - 2015|
|Dato for datafremstilling||2020|
|Geografisk dækning||Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle, Nottingham, Manchester and Sheffield|