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1 Adell, German (1999) Theories and models of the peri-urban interface: a changing conceptual landscape. Literature review. Development Planning Unit, UCL: London, UK. 2099
2 van Ree, H.J. (2010) Service quality indicators for business support services. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 1335
3 Kunze, J. (2005) The revival of high-rise living in the UK and issues of cost and revenue in relation to height. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 1126
4 Croxford, B and Scott, K (2006) Can PV or solar thermal systems be cost effective ways of reducing CO 2 emissions for residential buildings? In: UNSPECIFIED 862
5 Lababedi, Z. (2008) The urban development of Damascus: a study of its past, present and future. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 676
6 Vaughan, L (2008) Mapping the East End 'Labyrinth'. In: Werner, A, (ed.) Jack the Ripper and the East End Labyrinth. (218 - 237). Random House: London. 655
7 Conroy-Dalton, R and Bafna, S (2003) The syntactical image of the city:a reciprocal definition of spatial elements and spatial syntaxes. In: (Proceedings) 4th International Space Syntax Symposium. : London, UK. 630
8 Skitmore, M and Smyth, H (2007) Pricing construction work: a marketing viewpoint. Construction Management and Economics , 25 (6) 619 - 630. 10.1080/01446190701280710. 549
9 Guzik, A. (2009) Digital fabrication inspired design: Influence of fabrication parameters on a design process. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 486
10 Johnson, William (2007) Lessons from Japan: A comparative study of the market drivers for prefabrication in Japanese and UK private housing development. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 484
11 Hillier, B. (2007) Space is the machine, part one: theoretical preliminaries. In: Space is the machine: a configurational theory of architecture. (pp. 1-109). Space Syntax: London, UK. 477
12 Batty, M and Dodge, M and Jiang, B and Hudson-Smith, A (1998) GIS and urban design. UCL (University College London), Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL), London. 466
13 van Ree, H and McLennan, P (2006) Facilities Management Service Quality Indicators - Benefiting Supplier and Customer. In: Brown, K and Hampson, K and Brandon, P, (eds.) (Proceedings) Clients Driving Innovation: Moving Ideas Into Practice. (pp. 1 - 15). 421
14 Pretlove, SEC and Oreszczyn, T (1998) Climate change: impact on the environmental design of buildings. Building Service Engineering Research and Technology , 19 (1) 55 - 58. 400
15 Vaughan, L (2007) The spatial form of poverty in Charles Booth's London. In: Vaughan, L, (ed.) The Spatial Syntax of Urban Segregation. (231 - 250). Elsevier 372
16 Hanson, J (2001) Morphology and design: reconciling intellect, intuition, and ethics in the reflective practice of architecture. In: (Proceedings) 3rd International Space Syntax Symposium. 349
17 LEVY, C (1996) The process of Institutionalising Gender in Policy and Planning: the web of institutionalisation. (DPU Working Papers 74 , pp. ? - ? ). DPU, University College London: London, UK. 345
18 Turner, A. (2009) A simple model of the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction from first principles. Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL: London, UK. 290
19 Paksukcharern Thammaruangsri, K. (2003) Node and Place, a study on the spatial process of railway terminus area redevelopment in central London. Doctoral thesis, University of London. 287
20 Hillier, B (2007) Space is the machine: a configurational theory of architecture. Space Syntax: London, UK. 285