Jan 28 - Jan 29, 2022
09-06 GMT

International Webinar on Civil Engineering and Architectural Design

Hazel Ann Nash

Senior Lecturer

Scientific Committee Member

Birmingham City University

Publications

Refereed Articles in Academic Journals

- Aghimien, D.O., Aigbavboa, C., Edwards, D.J., Mahamadu, A-M., Olomolaiya, P., Nash, H. A and Onyia, M. “A fuzzy synthetic evaluation of the challenge of smart city development in developing countries”. Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, September 2020.

- H. Nash (2019) “Permitting Significant Harm in the Conservation of Heritage Assets: Conflicts in Sustainable Land Use Planning Decisions” WIT Transactions on The Built Environment, Volume 191, WIT Press, 2019, ISSN: 1743-3509.

- H. Nash (2019) “Permission in Principle: An update” Environmental Law and Management 30(4), 116-119.

- H. Nash (2013) “The role of innovation in resource efficient growth: The European Commission’s Eco-innovation Action Plan” Journal of Environmental Policy and Governance.

- H. Nash & A. Ross (2009) “European Union Environmental Law – Who Legislates for Whom in a Devolved Great Britain?” Public Law, July, 564-595.
- H. Nash (2009) “Analysis: The revised Directive on Waste: Resolving Legislative Tensions in Waste Management?” Journal of Environmental Law 21(1) 139-149.
- H. Nash., A. Ross & C. T. Reid (2009) “The implementation of EU environmental law in Scotland”, Edinburgh Law Review 13, 224-252.
- H. Nash., A. Ross & C. T. Reid (2008) “Multi-Level Governance – A Study of the Implementation of Environmental Law in Post-Devolution Scotland” (2007) Environmental Law and Management 19(4) 159-168.

 

Other Refereed Journals

- .S. Ball., H. Nash & D. Higgins, (accepted, forthcoming) “The role historic assets can play in reviving the Retail High Street: A Case Study of Derby’s Retail High Street”. WIT Transactions on The Built Environment.

H. Nash (2009) “Recasting the WEEE Directive – A welcome proposal” United Nations University Edited E-Waste Collection.

- H. Nash (2009) “Government Initiatives: The European Commission’s sustainable consumption and production and sustainable industrial policy action plan” Journal of Cleaner Production 17 496-498.
- H. Nash., A. Ross., & C. T. Reid (2008) “Implementing EC environmental law after devolution” (2008) E-law – UKELA 48.
- H. Nash (2006) “Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Consultation” Scottish Planning and Environmental Law Journal, 117, 116-117.
 

Non-refereed Articles

- H. Nash (August 2020) Permitted development rights update: Responding to needs in Covid-19 times Agriadvisor Update, https://www.agriadvisor.co.uk/2020/08/permitted-development-rights-update-responding-to-needs-in-covid-19-times/ [correct 02/10/2020].

- H. Nash (Winter 2011) “Reviewing TAN21: An opportunity not to be wasted”. Cynllunio: The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Cymru Newsletter.

- H. Nash (May 2011)) “Planning policy-making in Wales: working with the Welsh Assembly Government BRASS Research News, Issue 6 8-9.
- H. Nash (July 2010) “Tighter standards needed to green the automotive sector” BRASS Research News, Issue 4 20.

 

Official Reports and Working Papers

Educations

2011-2013

Certificate in Research Leadership and Management, Cardiff University (Pass)

2011

Associate Certificate in Environmental Management, Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) (Distinction)

2011

Certificate in Environmental Management, EEF Manufacturing (Distinction)

2010 - 2011

Project Management, Cardiff University Lifelong Learning Institute (Pass)

2002 – 2006

Ph.D (Departmental Scholarship), Department of Law, University of Wales Aberystwyth

Legislation, Policy, Theory and Practice: Precaution in Welsh Planning Decisions (Pass)

 

2001 – 2002

LLM in Legal and Social Research Methods (ESRC Award), Department of Law, University of Wales Aberystwyth (Pass)

                                The Effectiveness of Controls over Agricultural Permitted Development Rights in National Parks

 

2000 – 2001

LLM in Environmental Law and Management, Department of Law, University of Wales Aberystwyth (Pass, Calcott Pryce Subject Prize Award)

                                PPG25: Development and Flood Risk: Policy or Progress?

 

1996 – 2000

BA (hons) 2(ii) Physical Geography and German, University of Wales Aberystwyth

Collaborations

- S. Ball., H. Nash & D. Higgins, May 25-27, 2021, “The role historic assets can play in reviving the Retail High Street: A Case Study of Derby’s Retail High Street”. Wessex Institute STREMAH Conference 2021.

 H. Nash, 18-21 September 2019, “Commission Paper II: Protection of Cultivated Land: Rural Planning Law and Agricultural Property and Real Estate Law. European Congress of Agricultural Law” Congress of CEDR, Poznan, Poland.

- H. Nash, October 7-10, 2019, “Significant harm in the repurposing of heritage assets” Wessex Institute Sustainable Planning Conference 7-10 October, 2019.

- H. Nash, May 2, 2019 “An examination of the implementation and effectiveness of Permission in Principle” Planning Symposium, University of West of England.

- H. Nash and J. Smith, 2014, “Revisions to TAN21: Waste – An Update”. RTPI Cymru Annual Conference.

- H. Nash, August 28-31 2012, “Reshaping consumption patterns through law and policy - do we and can we?” 3rd International Sustainability Conference, Universitaet Basel, Switzerland. 

- H. Nash, July 4-6th 2012, “Steering land-use planning for waste – is there a need?”, 6th International Conference on Waste Management and the Environment, Wessex Institute, New Forest.

- H. Nash and C. Ponting, July 4-6th 2012, “Enabling Individual Producer Responsibility - can WEEE and should WEEE?” 6th International Conference on Waste Management and the Environment, Wessex Institute, New Forest.

- H. Nash and A. Ross, 16th September 2010, “Developing and implementing EU environmental law in Wales”, Wales Governance Conference 2010, The Pierhead Building, Cardiff.
- H. Nash, 1st June 2010, “Sustainable consumption and the notion of shared responsibility – A WEEE Case Study”, 16th International Sustainable Development Research Conference, The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong.
- H. Nash & C. Ponting, 30th May 2010, “Encouraging eco-design – the limitations of Extended Producer Responsibility”, 16th International Sustainable Development Research Conference, The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong.
- H. Nash & A. Ross, 13th September 2007, “Producing a real difference? The transposition of Community environmental directives in post devolution Scotland and Wales”, Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, University of Durham.
- H. Nash & A. Ross, 12th June 2007, “Putting a Kilt on the Transposition of EC Environmental Legislation: Does Devolution Provide a Truly Scottish Solution?” 13th International Sustainable Development Conference, University of Mälarden, Västerås, Sweden.
- H. Nash & A. Ross, 3rd April 2007, “Can Multi-Level Governance Deliver Environmental Justice: A Study of the Implementation of Environmental Law in Post Devolution Scotland”, Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Kent.
- H. Nash, 19th April, 2007, “Workshop - Applied Research Methodologies and Ethics”, Environmental Law and Management Residential Weekend, Gregynog, Powys.