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Measures of Esteem
Demographic Ageing in Rural Areas.
Rural Transformations and Rural Policies in the UK and USA
Retirement Transition Migration: Implications for Rural Development
Contemporary Processes in Rural Development.
The (UK) Retirement Transition and Rural Areas
Geographical Perspectives on Sustainable Rural Change.
Pre-Retirement Age In-migration: Opportunities and Challenges for Remote Rural Areas
Journal of Rural Studies Vol 00
Connected life courses: Influences on and experiences of 'midlife' in-migration to rural areas.
Population, Space and Place Vol online- early view
A Review of Demographic Ageing in the UK: Opportunities for Rural Research.
Population, Space and Place Vol 17 (204-211)
The diverse geographies of rural gentrification in Scotland
Journal of Rural Studies Vol 26(1) (31-40)
Sustainability and the Multifunctional Landscape: An Assessment of the Cairngorms National Park Authority’s Approach to Planning and Management in Upland Scotland.
Land Use Policy Vol 26(2) (479-492)
Towards a multi-purpose model for the proposed Mourne National Park
Irish Geography Vol 42 (3) (293-321)
Out of the Wilderness? Achieving Sustainable Development within Scottish National Parks.
JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Vol 88(1) (181-193)
Migration: Pre-Requisite for Rural Economic Regeneration?
Journal of Rural Studies Vol 22(3) (354-366)
Professional and Managerial Migration from Core to Periphery: The case of English migration to Scottish cities
International Journal of Population Geography Vol 8 (217-232)
Mobility as a Driver of Change in Rural Britain: An Analysis of the Links between Migration, Commuting and Travel to Shop Patterns.
International Journal of Population Geography Vol 7 (1-15)
The Repopulation of rural Scotland: opportunity and threat.
Journal of Rural Studies Vol 16(2) (243-257)
English Migrants in the Scottish Countryside: Opportunities for Rural Scotland?
Scottish Geographical Journal Vol 115(3) (177-192)
Forgotten needs? The demographic and socio-economic impact of free-standing New Settlements.
Housing Studies Vol 13(1) (43-58)
The Impact of Changing Legislation and Agricultural Policies on the Letting Arrangements of Scottish Landowners.
Scottish Geographical Magazine Vol 113(2) (90-97)
Multiple Environmental Designations: A Case Study of their effectiveness for the Ythan Estuary.
Environment and Planning C Vol 14 (89-100)
Changing Land Tenure Patterns in Scotland: A Time for Reform?
Journal of Rural Studies Vol 12(4) (439-449)
Great Expectations? Planning for New Settlements in Grampian Region.
Scottish Geographical Magazine Vol 111(2) (68-75)
Planning for new settlements in Grampian Region: A Consumer Perspective.
Planning, Practice and Research Vol 10(1) (67-72)
Here, There and Everywhere: Strategic Planning in Grampian Region.
Town and Country Planning Vol 64(9) (67-70)
Community woodlands in Scotland.
Scottish Geographical Magazine Vol 110(2) (121-127)
Land Use Change on Scottish Highland Estates.
Journal of Rural Studies Vol 10(3) (301-309)
City Limits: Strategic planning for a new settlement in the north east of Scotland.
Town and Country Planning Vol 62(11) (310-311)
Urban to rural migration in Northern Ireland: Evidence of a retirement transition component using NILS data.
Life course in-migration: opportunities and challenges for rural areas
Retirement Transition Migration: Implications for Rural Development.
More Questions Than Answers in Rural Demography: Towards a research agenda for the 21st Century
Tales from a small island: pre-and post-retirement migration to the Isle of Bute.
Retiring to rural areas: Evidence from Scotland, Wales & N. Ireland
Blurred Life Courses, Migration and the Production of Rural Space.
Middle class migrants as a socio-economic asset to rural stability.
In- and out-migration: Consequences for rural regeneration.
Pre-retirement Migration: Trends and Impacts in the Celtic Fringe
Age differential migration and planning for sustainable rural communities
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