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Julie Clarke

Assistant Professor

Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Clarke JBefore joining the University I worked in the social housing sector for a number of organisations in the North east of England at a senior level.  I have maintained my connection with the profession at a strategic level by holding a series of non-executive director posts across a range of social housing organisations. I am currently a non-executive director on the Board of Vela and one of its Landlord Boards, Housing Hartlepool.
My specific interests teaching and research interests are sustainable regeneration and neighbourhood renewal, community involvement, organisation development  and measuring the social return on financial investment into our communities.

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  • Housing Associations diversifying into market renting: local contexts and (re)interpretation shaping strategic decision-making, Clarke, J., Kirk, R. 1 Mar 2020, In: Voluntary Sector Review
  • Communicating Online: Will We Ever Get the Conversation Right?, Clarke, J. 7 Sep 2017, Innovation in Built Environment Education
  • Third sector responses to a changing market and policy context: Housing Associations and Market Renting in the UK, Clarke, J., Kirk, R. 21 Apr 2017, 17th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations
  • Regional Responses in a Changing Context: Housing Associations and Market Renting in the North East and North West of England, Clarke, J., Grainger, P., Hatcher, C., Kirk, R., Lilley, S. 2016
  • Regional responses to a changing context: Housing Associations and Market Renting, Clarke, J., Kirk, R. 7 Apr 2016, Housing Studies Association Conference
  • Residential growth in Newcastle upon Tyne's city centre: the role of the public and private sectors, Barke, M., Clarke, J. Mar 2016, In: Journal of Housing and the Built Environment
  • Regeneration, Kirk, R., Clarke, J., Furness, H., Greenhalgh, P., McGuinness, D. Jul 2014, Real Estate Concepts: A handbook, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Residential Property, Kirk, R., Clarke, J., Maudsley, C. Jul 2014, Real Estate Concepts: A handbook, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Social housing: a new era on the frontline, Clarke, J., Grainger, P., Kirk, R. 15 May 2013, Northumbria Research Conference
  • Social housing management in a time of change, Clarke, J., Grainger, P., Kirk, R. 8 Apr 2013, Housing Studies Association Conference 2013

  • PGCE June 30 1993
  • Educational Psychology PGCE October 19 1992

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