Estates in UK Law

  • THE SCOTTISH INDUSTRIAL ESTATES
    • Nbr. 8-1, February 1961
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
  • Shirvell V. Hackwood Estates Ltd.
    • Nbr. 2-3, December 1938
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Collective efficacy and violent crime in suburban housing estates
    • Nbr. 18-3, May 2021
    • European Journal of Criminology
    Collective efficacy theory states that neighbourhood variation in crime can be attributed to social cohesion and informal social control. Despite a substantial body of work, the theory has been sub...
  • Book review: Getting By: Estates, Class and Culture in Austerity Britain
    • Nbr. 63-1, March 2016
    • Probation Journal
  • Studying the Stillborn: The Ideology of the Estates’ Absolutism and Proto-Bureaucratic Thought in the 17th Century Dutch Republic
    • Nbr. 68-1, March 2002
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
  • Pre-Napoleonic centralization in a decentralized polity: the case of the Dutch Republic
    • Nbr. 76-1, March 2010
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    The interest in the origins of present-day government is often derived from the thought that its current functioning and problems can be at least partially explained by the institutional choices ma...
    ...... the Republic a more centralized system of government did  gradual y develop from the two power centers (Stadtholders and Estates-General). . Points for practitioners The importance of the Dutch case is that it highlights, due to the very absence  ......
  • Imagine East Greenwich: evaluating the impact of the arts on health and well‐being
    • Nbr. 4-4, December 2005
    • Journal of Public Mental Health
    • 29-41
    This paper describes the qualitative evaluation of Imagine East Greenwich (IEG), a series of arts/health projects developed as part of a regeneration programme on two housing estates in a London bo...
    ....../health evaluation.Imagine East GreenwichImagine East Greenwich (IEG) aimed to enable thecommunities of the neighbouring Caletock andFlamstead estates in East Greenwich to examine theirown health and to identify what they felt was importantin improving their health and well-being. Through ......
  • Lost in translation: Centripetal individualism and the classical concept of descending representation
    • Nbr. 10-2, April 2011
    • European Journal of Political Theory
    The article argues that by the 17th century, despite the increased intellectual exchanges of the time, two different kind of individualism were developing across the Channel — one labeled here as ‘...
    ......‘The people’, understood as a whole, was apprehended in France as still higher than its representatives – kings, Estates, or Parlements. The idea of individuals willingly delegating their rights and/or authority to a representative remained for more than a century a ......
  • Just design: Healthy prisons and the architecture of hope
    • Nbr. 51-3, September 2018
    • Journal of Criminology (formerly Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology)
    This article develops the notion that institutional places and spaces are layered with meaning and that their architecture and design have a profound psychological and physiological influence on th...
    ......As many countries modernise their prison estates, replacing older facilities that are no longer fit-for-purpose with new, more ‘efficient’ establishments, this article discusses examples of ......
  • Nuisance Law and the Industrial Revolution: A Reinterpretation of Doctrine and Institutional Competence
    • Nbr. 75-6, November 2012
    • The Modern Law Review
    Contrary to the leading studies of Brenner and McLaren, it is argued that nuisance law was consistently a robust constraint on polluting industrial enterprise during the industrial revolution. The ...
    ......The defining nuisances of industrialisation were‘inter-neighbourhood’ in character.They affected country estates surrounding industrial seats into which pollutants were displaced by increasingly tall chimneys and long outfalls.The victims of revolutionary ......
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