2012年2月1日 星期三

國外研究人員-Michael R. Bristow

Michael R. Bristow

rogbuk@hotmail.com
個人網頁:
http://www.sed.manchester.ac.uk/planning/staff/bristow_roger.htm
進駐時間:
02/01/2012 to 07/31/2012
類別: 國外研究人員
原職機構:
School of Environment & Development, Universityof Manchester

Roger Bristow has been teaching spatial planning at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom for the past 40 years, but he is best known in Asia for his books on land-use planning in Hong Kong, and his teaching, seminars and research writing on East and South East Asian planning systems more generally. As early as 1980 he taught for a year in the Geography Department of the University of Hong Kong, and later in that decade worked in Malaysia for half a year as a World Bank Planning Education consultant. For the past five years he has been dividing his time between Manchester and several Taiwan universities in Taipei and elsewhere in Taiwan teaching on postgraduate university planning courses, and is currently Visiting Professor to the Research Center for the Humanities and Social Sciences in National Chung Hsing University, Taichung.
 
Currently he is editing a book in English on varied aspects of spatial planning in Taiwan, due for publication later this year.
His specialist interest is in the administration and practice of spatial planning in different countries, both in terms of historical development of planning systems and comparison between practice under different cultural and political conditions. Most recently he has taken an interest in the impact of global warming on planning policies around the world, stemming from the pioneering work now being done in the United Kingdom.
著作目錄: 
(A) Publications: 
1. Books : Individually authored -
Planning in Taiwan : Spatial Planning in the Twenty-First Century; Routledge, 
Abingdon, 2010; 304 pp. 
The Hong Kong New Towns: A Selective Review; Oxford University Press, Hong 
Kong, 1989, 374pp. 
2. Books : Edited jointly, and contributed to (2 chapters) -
 English Structure Planning: A Commentary on Procedure and Practice in the 
Seventies; (editor with D.T. Cross) Pion, London, 1983; 342pp. 
 Land-use Planning in Hong Kong : History, Policies and Procedures; Oxford 
University Press, Hong Kong, 1984; 328pp (and paperback 1987and 1991). 
3. Books : Contributed to -
Hong Kong - A Political Economy of Waterfront Development: Chap. 6 in P. 
Malone City Capital and Water; Routledge, London, 1996; pp110-133. 
Manchester - The Millenium City: Chap. 7 in H. Clout Europe's Cities in the Late 
Twentieth Century; Netherlands Geographical Studies 176, University of Amsterdam, 
1994; pp111-124. 
 Market Forces Ascendant - Dynamics of Change on the Hong Kong Waterfront : 
Chap. 10 in B.S. Hoyle, D.A. Pinder and M.S. Husain (eds.) Revitalising 
theWaterfront, Belhaven, London, 1988; pp167-82. 
The North West; Chap. 6 in P. Damesick & P. Wood (eds.); Regional Problems, 
Problem Regions and Public Policy in the U.K., Oxford University Press, Oxford, 
1987; pp125-46. 
(B) Refereed Papers: 
1. The Hong Kong Planning Bill –Opportunity or Failure; Planning and Development, 
Journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners, Vol.16, No.2,2000, pp 46-53. 
2. Early Town Planning in British South East Asia - 1910-1939, Planning Perspectives, 
Vol.14, No.4, 1999, pp 139-160. 
3. In Defence of Planning - A Commentary on Staley; Planning and Development, 
Journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners, Vol.11, No.1, 1995, pp 24-29. 
4. The Role and Place of Strategic Planning in Hong Kong; Planning and 
Development, Journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners, Vol.4, No.1,1988, 
pp14-20. 5. Some Questions on Unitary Development Plans - A Plain Man's Guide? Regional 
Studies, Vol.19, No.3, June 1985, pp263-8. 
6. Some Problems of Methodology Transfer - Strategic Planning in Malaysia and 
Hong Kong, Built Environment, Vol.11, No.4, 1985, pp294-303. 
7. How Unitary is Unitary - The New British Planning System, Built 
Environment,Vol.11, No.3, 1985, pp223-9. 
8. Metropolitan Planning Revisited - The London Case, Built Environment, Vol.10, 
No.2, 1984, pp146-52. 
9. A Woman in Planning, or Metropolitan Planning Revisited 1984, Built 
Environment, Vol.10, No.1, 1984, pp81-7. 
10. To Plan or Not to Plan, That is the Question –Again, Built Environment, Vol.9, 
No.2, 1983, pp144-9. 
11. Planning by Demand - A Possible Hypothesis about Town Planning in Hong Kong, 
Asian (Hong Kong) Journal of Public Administration; Vol.3, No.2, Dec.1981, 
pp199-223. 
12. Regional Planning - A Review Article, Town Planning Review, Vol.49, No.1,Jan. 
1978, pp29-37. 
(C) Other Published Papers: 
1. Towards a Global Paradigm for the Regulation of Development, Proceedings of the 
FirstWorld Planning Schools Congress, Tongji University, Shanghai, 2002. 
2. Colonial Planning in Prewar Malaysia; Occasional Paper 44, Department of 
Planning & Landscape, University of Manchester, 1996, 63pp. 
3. Metropolitan Planning in the 1990s - The Role of Unitary Development Plans (with 
G.Williams, I.Strange & M.Bintley), Occasional Paper 34, Department of Planning & 
Landscape, University of Manchester, 1992, 139pp. 
4. The Origins of the Singapore Land-Use Planning System, Occasional Paper 32, 
Department of Planning and Landscape, University of Manchester, 1992, 34pp. 
5. An Assessment of Land-use Planning Policies in Hong Kong, University of Hong 
Kong Architectural Society, Hong Kong, 1986, 9pp. 
6. A Comment on Town Planning in Hong Kong, Geographical Bulletin, University of 
Hong Kong; 1981, 5pp. 
7. Where next for Manchester? Urban, Sept. 1977, 3pp. 
8. The Location of District General Hospitals; (with J.F.A. Bostock), the Hospital, 
Vol.67, No.12, Dec. 1971; 2pp. 
(D) Conference and Professional Papers: 
1.London for the Twenty-First Century – The Low Carbon City, International Conference on Future City Development for Sinbei City, Taipei County, Banciao; 
2010; 18pp 
2.Planning Challenges for Taiwan Cities, 2010 Conference on Science, Technology 
and Society, Chung Hua University, Hsinchu; 2010; 21pp 
3.Ecotown Design – The UK Example : Four Eco-towns, Jhubei Ecocity Project 
Conference, Hsinchu; 2010; 5pp 
4.Planning Challenges for the Twenty-First Century, 2010 Forum on Environmental 
Symbiosis, Chinese Cultural University, Taipei; 2010; 18pp 
5.Protecting Heritage in the United Kingdom, Conservation & Urban Renewal 
Conference, Feng-Chia University, Taichung; 2009; 15pp 
6.Taichung Metro – The New Opportunity, Conference on Taichung, Feng-Chia 
University, Taichung; 2009; 6pp 
7.Some Principles of Environmental Planning, International Conference on Taichung 
Shueinan Airport Redevelopment, Feng-Chia University, Taichung; 2009; 18pp 
8.Urban-Rural Landscape Improvement Programmes and Ecological Resource-Use 
Systems, International Symposium on Urban-Rural Ecological Landscapes, 
Chao-Yang University of Technology, Taichung; 2009; 12pp 
9.Rural Planning in Taiwan – Issues and Solutions, Sixth Rural Planning Conference, 
National Chung-Hsing University, Taichung; 2009; 9pp 
10.Welfare and Urban Planning – Some UK Experiences, 2009 International 
Conference on the Healthy City ~Healthy Urban Planning~, NCKU, Tainan; 2009; 
10pp 
11.Rural Development Programmes in the United Kingdom, International Forum on 
Rural Village Development and Information Technology, Soil and Water Conservation 
Bureau, Nantou; 2008; 16pp 
12.Global Warming and Spatial Planning, International Forum on Sustainable 
Environmental Development, Feng-Chia University; 2008; 14pp 
13.Climate Change; Construction Faculty, Feng-Chia University, Taichung; 2008; 
11pp 
14.The Challenge for Taiwan – Some Local Planning Issues ; Conference on 
Climate Change – The New Challenge to Design and Environmental Planning – 
Chao-Yang University of Technology, Taichung; 2008; 11pp 
15.Global Warming and Climate Change; Tainan Real Estate Association; 2008; 12pp 
16.Why Yet More Planning Reform : The English and Welsh Proposals; Council for 
Economic Planning & Development, Taipei, 2008, 13pp. 
17.Public Participation, Planning and Heritage & Conservation; Community Planning 
& Development Conference, Nantou; 2008, 12pp. 
18.Heritage and Conservation in East Asian Planning Systems; Chinese Cultural University, Taipei 2007, 25pp. 
19.Planning for a Sustainable Taiwan, 2007 Youth Forum, Chinese Cultural 
University, Taipei, 2007, 11pp. 
20.Urban Renewal in a Taiwan Context - Some Overseas Perspectives, The 2006 
National Forum of Urban Planning Directors, Taiwan Institute of Urban Planners, 
Taipei, 2006,16pp 
21.The Future of the Countryside: Protection and Enhancement in England 2000-2013, 
Agricultural Resources and Location Planning Workshop, NTPU, Taipei, 2006, 14pp 
22.Some Questions for Taiwanese Planning from Overseas, Department of Urban 
Planning, Feng-Chia University, Taichung, 2006, 14pp 
23.Key Local Government Indicator Requirements in England, CEPD Research Unit, 
Taipei, 2006, 12pp 
24. Planning Permissions for Hill-slope Development in Taiwan, Taipei City Hall, 
Taipei; 2005, 10pp. 
25. Planning Reform in the United Kingdom - One Year On, Presentation to the 
Singapore Institute of Planners, June 2005, 12pp. 
26. Values and Value Engineering for City Planning in the Twenty-First Century,Value 
Engineering Best Practice International Conference, April 2005, 7pp. 
27. Planning Reform in the United Kingdom One Year On: Strategic Spatial Planning, 
Seminar for the Construction & Planning Agency, Ministry of theInterior Taipei, June 
2005, 15pp. 
28. Theory & Practice in Planning –Problems of Implementation & Enforcement in 
Taiwan, Seminar for Graduate Institute of Architecture & Urban Design, National 
Taipei University of Technology & Taiwan Institute of Urban Planning, 2005, 7pp. 
29. Strategic Spatial Planning in England –One Year On, Seminar for the Council for 
Economic Planning and Development Taipei, April 2005, 7pp. 
30. U.K. Local Planning Reform –Local Development Frameworks in England, 
Wuhan Programmer, Manchester Business School, the University ofManchester, 2004, 
13pp. 
31. Strategic Planning Reform in the United Kingdom, Wuhan Programme, 
Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester, 2004; 10pp. 
32. What is planning? –Then, perhaps we can educate, Conference Paper, 
International Conference on Planning Education, National Taipei University, July 
2004, 8pp. 
33. Quality Control in United Kingdom Higher Education - A Review Paper, National 
Taipei University, 2004, 8pp. 
34. U.K. Local Planning Reform –Local Development Frameworks in England, Taipei 
City Government, 2004, 10pp. 35. U.K. Local Planning Reform –Local Development Frameworks in England, 
National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, 2004, 9pp. 
36. Strategic Planning Reform in the United Kingdom, Council for Economic 
Planning & Development, Taipei, 2004, 10pp. 
37. How comprehensive can we be? Some International Perspectives on National 
Spatial Planning, National Taiwan University of Technology Conference, 2004;8pp. 
38. Professionals and the Community: Is It Participation, Partnership, or neither? 
Kaohsiung, 2003; 12pp. 
39. Some Comments on Recent Developments in Planning Education in the United 
Kingdom, Taipei, 2003; 5pp. 
40. Recent Changes to the United Kingdom Planning Systems and Their Implications 
for Industrial Land Supply, Taipei, 2003; 7pp. 
41. 2k Planning in the United Kingdom: With Some ASEAN Implications, Kuala 
Lumpur, 2001; 9pp. 
42. Structure Planning in Britain - Some Lessons for Malaysia; INTAN Kuala 
Copying the Global Paradigm –Local Economic Development Issues in Hong Kong, 
Singapore and the United Kingdom, Taipei, 2001; 8pp. 
43. Integrated or Parallel Development - Some Thoughts from the Outside on 
Strategic Planning for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong, 
1997; 7pp. 
44. Hong Kong - A City for the 21st Century: Some Dilemmas for Planners, Paper to 
Conference `Cities, Enterprises and Society at the Eve of the XXIst Century, Lille, 
France, 1994; 28pp. 
45. Changing Concepts of Planning in the South East Asian Region, Department of 
Town and Country Planning, Kuala Lumpur, 1990, 8pp. 
46. Some Comments on Contemporary Change within Planning Systems – An 
International Perspective, Paper to Department of Building and Estate Management, 
National University of Singapore, 1988; 7pp. 
47. Dynamics of Change in British-based Planning Systems - Some Lessons for 
Malaysia, Malaysian Institute of Planners, Kuala Lumpur, 1988; 8pp. 
48. Current Change in the United Kingdom Planning System, Hong Kong Institute of 
Planners, Hong Kong, 1988; 6pp. 
49. Waterfront Development in Hong Kong, University of Southampton Waterfront 
Conference, Southampton, 1987; 12pp. 
50. All Change for UK Planning? Some Comments on Current Proposals for Changes 
to the British Planning System, Hong Kong Institute of Planners, Hong Kong, 1987; 
8pp. 
51. What future for the New Towns in Hong Kong? , Hong Kong Institute of Planners, Hong Kong, 1986; 7pp. 29. The Unitary Plan System for British City Planning - The 
Next Stage after Structure Plans? , INTAN Kuala Lumpur, 1985; 6pp. 
52. Metropolitan Government Reform - Some Questions rather than Answers, INTAN 
Kuala Lumpur, 1985; 5pp. 
53. Structure Planning in Britain - Some Lessons for Malaysia, INTAN Kuala Lumpur, 
1984; 7pp. 
54. Planning for Urban Renewal - Bureaucratic Activity or Private Enterprise, 
Manchester Urban Renewal in Europe Conference, Manchester 1983; 8pp. 
55. The Impact of Recession and Restructuring upon the North West of England – A 
Comment, RSA Regional Policy Conference, Leeds 1983; 7pp. 
56. Towards a Model for Central Area Redevelopment, Glasgow School of Art 
Planning Conference, November 1970; 6pp. 
(E) Published Research and Other Reports: 
1. Report for the Manchester Research Study on the Spatial Implications of the 
Housing Market Renewal Program in the North West Region: Report on Regional 
Spatial Planning in the North West–From RPG to RSS, North West Regional 
Assembly, 2004, 11pp. 
2. A Response to the Department of the Environment's Consultation Paper 'The Future 
of Development Plans', Regional Studies Association, London, 1987,12p. 
3. A Response to the Government's White Paper 'Streamlining the Cities'; Regional 
Studies Association, London, 1984, 27p. 
4. Technical Information Retrieval within North Western Industrial Firms (with E.J. 
Duff), (for Department of Industry), Industrial Liaison Unit, University of Manchester, 
1984, 70pp. 
5. Regional Policy Inquiry 1982/83 - Report to the National Panel, Regional Studies 
Association (NorthWest Branch), Manchester, 1983, 22pp. 
6. An Assessment of the Feasibility of Operating an Experimental Dial-a-bus Service 
(with W.J. Tyson), Transport and Road Research Laboratory, Crowthorne, 1977, 95pp. 
7. An Analysis of Some Manchester-London Trips (with W.J. Tyson), Transport and 
Road Research Laboratory, Crowthorne, 1975, 47pp. 
8. An Index of High Street Property Values - A Feasibility Study (with J. Parry Lewis), 
Centre for Urban and Regional Research, University of Manchester, 1974, 25pp. 
9. A Cost-Benefit Study of the Manchester to Buxton Railway (with F. Rodriguez), 
University of Manchester, 1972, 138pp. 
10. The Attractiveness of Shopping Centres (with D.J.E. Kilsby, J.S. Tulip and J. 
Parry Lewis), Centre for Urban and Regional Research, Occasional Paper No.12; 
Manchester, 1972, 127pp. 11. Pedestrian Linkages in Salford (M602) (with A.L. Traill), Austin Smith Lord 
Partnership, 1971, 50pp. 
12. Report on the Present Travel Patterns of Staff and Outpatients at the Wythenshawe 
Hospital Complex, (with J.F.A. Bostock), Centre for Urban and Regional Research, 
University of Manchester, 1971, 40pp. 
13. Some Aspects of Car Parking in Central Manchester (with A.L. Traill), Centre of 
Urban and Regional Research, Occasional Paper No.3, Manchester, 1970,126pp.