Williams, K., Gupta, R., Hopkins, D., Gregg, M., Payne, C., Joynt, J., Smith, I., and Bates-Brkljac, N., (2013) Retrofitting England’s suburbs to adapt to climate change,Building Research & Information, 41:5, 517-531.
Gupta, R., Gregg, M., Du, H. and Williams, K. (2013) Evaluative application of UKCP09-based downscaled future weather years to simulate overheating risk in typical English homes, Structural Survey Journal, 31:4, 231-252.
Smith, I., Williams, K., Hopkins, D., Joynt, J., Payne, C. and Gupta, R.,(2013) Integrated Suburban Neighbourhood Adaptation due to Climate Change: Local stakeholders’ views on potential pathways for change, Structural Survey Journal, 31:4, 301-313.
Williams, K., Joynt, J.L.R., Payne, C., Hopkins, D. and Smith, I. (2012). The conditions for, and changes of, adapting England’s suburbs for climate change, Building and Environment, 55 (2012), 131-140.
Williams, K (2011) Climate Proofing the UK’s Suburbs, Project, Journal of the Department of Planning and Architecture, University of the West of England, 60-64
Williams, K., Joynt, J.L.R. and Hopkins, D. (2010). Climate change and the compact city: the challenge of adapting suburbs, Built Environment, 36 (1), 105-115.
Gupta, R. and Gregg, M. (2012) Climate Change: Adaptations. In: Smith S.J., Elsinga, M., O’Mahony, L.F., Eng, O.S., Wachter, S., and Lovell, H., (eds). International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol 1. Oxford: Elsevier; 2012. pp. 164–179.
Published conference proceedings
Gupta, R. and Gregg, M. (2012) Using a mapping-based simulation approach to rapidly investigate the potential for adapting English homes for a warming climate. In Zhai, Z., Li, X. and Wang, H. (eds.) Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Building Energy and Environment (COBEE 2012). 1-4 August 2012, Boulder, Colorado, USA. pp. 744-751. ISBN: 978-0-9816881-9-0; 0-9816881-9-5.
Gupta, R, and Gregg, M. (2012) Adapting UK suburban homes for a warming climate. In Proceedings of 7th Windsor Conference: The changing context of comfort in an unpredictable world. Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, UK, 12-15 April 2012. London: Network for Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings
Gupta, R and Gregg, M (2011) Suburban neighbourhood adaptation for a changing climate: developing climate change scenarios for suburbs, Peer-reviewed paper. IN EVRARD, A. & BODART, M. (Eds.) PLEA 2011 Architecture & sustainable development: Conference Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA) Volume 1, 13-15 July 2011, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium,Presses Universitaires de Louvain, pp. 233-238. ISBN: 978-2-87463-276-1.
The SNACC team is contributing a report to the RETROFIT 2050 project, which focuses on re-engineering the city 2020-2050: Urban Foresight and Transition Management, funded under the EPSRC Sustainable Environment Programme. Web link: http://www.retrofit2050.org.uk/.
Developing climate change scenarios that are meaningful at the suburban neighbourhood scale – Rajat Gupta
Adapting the English suburbs for climate change: A conceptual model of local adaptive capacity – Ian Smith and Diane Hopkins
Identifying a typology of English suburbs: Based on building and neighbourhood morphology – Katie Williams, Jenny Joynt and Catherine Evans
Development and application of the DECoRuM model: Developing the existing modelling and visualisation capacities – Rajat Gupta
The implementation of the VEPs tool in the SNACC project: A brief – Nada Bates-Brkljac
Conferences, events and outreach
Catherine Payne presented a poster on the findings from SNACC titled ‘Adapting England’s Suburbs for Climate Change’ at the 1st International Conference on Urban Sustainability and Resilience at UCL London (5th-7th Nov) hosted by the Centre for Urban Sustainability and Resilience (UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering)
Final Dissemination Event at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Parliament Square, London – 14:00-17:15 | 23 October 2012
Matt Gregg presented Gupta, R. and Gregg, M. (2012). Using a mapping-based simulation approach to rapidly investigate the potential for adapting English homes for a warming climate at the Second International Conference on Building Energy and Environment (COBEE) at Boulder, Colorado, USA (August 2012).
Professor Rajat Gupta presented Gupta, R. and Gregg, M. (2012) Adapting UK suburban homes for a warming climate at the 7th Windsor Conference: The changing context of comfort in an unpredictable world in Windsor, UK, 12-15 April 2012.
Professor Katie Williams presented at the Climate Change Leaders Event Low Carbon Urbanism: Resilience, vulnerability and justice at Birmingham University (October 2011)
Dr Jennifer Joynt presented ‘Adapting the UK’s suburbs for climate change conceptualising the challenge,’ and Dr Nada Bates-Brkljac will present ‘Issues in developing computer visulisation for the communication of climate change adaptations of suburban neighbourhoods: The SNACC Project’ at the 2011 UK/Ireland Planning Research Conference: Planning Resilient Communities in Challenging Times in Birmingham (September 2011)
Professor Rajat Gupta presented a peer-reviewed paper ‘Suburban neighbourhood adaptation for a changing climate: developing climate change scenarios for suburbs’ at the PLEA 2011 Architecture and Sustainable Development: 27th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (July 2011)
Professor Glen Bramley presented at the ARCC Coordination Network: Meeting with Scottish Government in Edinburgh (June 2011)
Professor Katie Williams presented ‘In Suburbia: the challenge of adapting homes, gardens and neighbourhoods’ at the EPSRC/UKCIP Adapting our Built Environment: ARCC Contributions and Challenges Conference (April 2011)
Professor Katie Williams presented ‘What does an adapted neighbourhood look like?’ to the Local Government Group Roundtable (February 2011)
Dr Ian Smith worked with researchers from Griffith University, Australia, to devise a bid to fund a research bid to investigate the adaptation of Australian suburbs for climate change and explore further collaboration opportunities (January 2010)