Dr Julius Akotia


NameDr Julius Akotia
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressakotia@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteArchitecture, Computing & Engineering

Research outputs

The role of built environment practitioners in driving the socio-economic sustainability aspects of sustainable regeneration

Akotia, J., Manu, E., Opoku, A. and Sackey, E. 2020. The role of built environment practitioners in driving the socio-economic sustainability aspects of sustainable regeneration. Construction Economics and Building. 20 (2), pp. 89-108.

Special issue: urban regeneration for sustainable development

Opoku, A. and Akotia, J. 2020. Special issue: urban regeneration for sustainable development. Construction Economics and Building. 20 (2), pp. 1-5.

Understanding socio-economic sustainability drivers of sustainable regeneration: an empirical study of regeneration practitioners in UK

Akotia, J. and Sackey, E. 2018. Understanding socio-economic sustainability drivers of sustainable regeneration: an empirical study of regeneration practitioners in UK. European Planning Studies. 26 (10), pp. 2078-2098.

Sustainable regeneration project delivery in UK

Akotia, J. and Opoku, A. 2018. Sustainable regeneration project delivery in UK. Journal of Facilities Management. 16 (1), pp. 87-100.

Spanning the multilevel boundaries of construction organisations

Sackey, E. and Akotia, J. 2017. Spanning the multilevel boundaries of construction organisations. Construction Innovation. 17 (3), pp. 273-293.

The extent of practitioners' involvement in the delivery of sustainable urban regeneration projects in UK

Akotia, J., Opoku, A. and Hafiz, F. 2017. The extent of practitioners' involvement in the delivery of sustainable urban regeneration projects in UK. European Journal of Sustainable Development. 6 (2), pp. 147-164.

Towards the delivery of sustainable regeneration projects’ types in the UK: an exploration of the role and level of involvement of key practitioners

Akotia, J. and Sackey, E. 2017. Towards the delivery of sustainable regeneration projects’ types in the UK: an exploration of the role and level of involvement of key practitioners. International Journal of Construction Management. 18 (5), pp. 375-384.

Exploring the knowledge ‘base’ of practitioners in the delivery of sustainable regeneration projects

Akotia, J., Opoku, Alex, Egbu, Charles and Fortune, Chris 2016. Exploring the knowledge ‘base’ of practitioners in the delivery of sustainable regeneration projects. Construction Economics and Building. 16 (2), pp. 14-26.
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