Each year, Urban Studies publishes around 180 articles advancing the field of urban knowledge. To further promote and facilitate the work of urban scholars we have now introduced Editors’ Featured Articles, which will be accessible via the Urban Studies Online website.

Editors’ Featured Articles makes popular and significant articles that have been recently published available to access for free on a temporary basis. In addition, selective papers that are not yet in print but connect with the subject matter of these articles in interesting ways will also be available on a temporary free access basis via the website. Featured articles will be updated every quarter.

Martin et al. Temporary use in England's core cities: Looking beyond the exceptional selected as one of six Editors' Featured Articles in Urban Studies

Period11 Mar 2020

Media contributions


Media contributions

  • TitleEditors’ Featured Articles - Urban Studies
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletUrban Studies Journal
    Media typeWeb
    Duration/Length/SizeFull page
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    DescriptionTemporary use in England's core cities: Looking beyond the exceptional

    Selected as an Urban Studies Journal Editors' Featured Article and made open access on a short-term basis.

    Martin et al develop an understanding of the structural and spatial characteristics of regulated forms of temporary use across England’s core cities using Bristol and Liverpool as case studies.
    Producer/AuthorUrban Studies
    PersonsMichael Martin


  • Built environment
  • Land use
  • Method
  • Planning
  • Redevelopment
  • Regeneration
  • Temporary urbanism
  • Temporary use