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Potter, Karen and Vilcan, Tudorel (2020). Managing urban flood resilience through the English planning system: insights from the ‘SuDS-face'. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 378(2168), article no. 20190206. file

Vilcan, Tudorel and Potter, Karen (2020). Delivering sustainable drainage systems through the English planning system: A proposed case of institutional void. Journal of Flood Risk Management (Early Access). file


O'Donnell, Emily; Thorne, Colin; Ahilan, Sangaralingam; Arthur, Scott; Birkinshaw, Stephen; Butler, David; Dawson, David; Everett, Glyn; Fenner, Richard; Glenis, Vassilis; Kapetas, Leon; Kilsby, Chris; Krivtsov, Vladimir; Lamond, Jessica; Maskrey, Shaun; O'Donnell, Greg; Potter, Karen; Vercruysse, Kim; Vilcan, Tudorel and Wright, Nigel (2019). The blue-green path to urban flood resilience. Blue-Green Systems, 1(1) pp. 172–189. file

Wingfield, Thea; Macdonald, Neil; Peters, Kimberley; Spees, Jack and Potter, Karen (2019). Natural Flood Management: Beyond the evidence debate. Area, 51(4) pp. 743–751. file

Potter, Karen and Jacklin-Jarvis, Carol (2019). How to Evaluate Catchment Based Partnerships & Avoid a Watered Down Approach? In: 2019 Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference: A civil society for the future: setting the agenda for the voluntary sector and volunteering research in the 2020s, 10-11 Sep 2019, Aston University, Birmingham, UK. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jacklin-Jarvis, Carol and Potter, Karen (2019). Exploring the potential for collaborative leadership through a policy lens: a comparative analysis of children's services and flood risk management. International Journal of Public Administration (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download


van Buuren, Arwin; Lawrence, Judy; Potter, Karen and Warner, Jeroen F. (2018). Introducing Adaptive Flood Risk Management in England, New Zealand, and the Netherlands: The Impact of Administrative Traditions. Review of Policy Research, 35(6) pp. 907–929. file

Jacklin-Jarvis, Carol and Potter, Karen (2018). A tale of two states? A comparative study of cross-sector collaboration in children’s services and flood risk management. Voluntary Sector Review, 9(1) pp. 89–97. file

Potter, Karen and Jacklin-Jarvis, Carol (2018). Brokering relationships with the state: what new understandings can ‘environmental catchment VOs’ filter from the social welfare domain? In: The Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference 2018 Proceedings. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Vangen, Siv; Potter, Karen and Jacklin-Jarvis, Carol (2017). Collaboration and the governance of public services delivery. In: Symposium on the policy and reform trajectory of public services in the UK and Japan, 8-9 Nov 2017, Japan. file

Jacklin-Jarvis, Carol and Potter, Karen (2017). Collaborative public leadership: does problem context matter? In: 2nd International Public & Political Leadership (PUPOL) Conference - Leadership for Public and Social Value, 06-07 Apr 2017, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK. file

Jacklin-Jarvis, Carol and Potter, Karen (2017). How does problem context matter for cross-sector collaboration? A comparative study of voluntary sector engagement in children’s services and flood management. In: The Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference 2017 Proceedings, Institute for Volunteering Research. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Potter, Karen; Ludwig, Carol and Beattie, Charlotte (2016). Responding to a ‘flood of criticism’: analysing the ebbs and flows of planning and floodplain development in England (1926–2015). Town Planning Review, 87(2) pp. 125–138. file


Sykes, Olivier; Jha-Thakur, Urmila and Potter, Karen (2015). "What’s Love Got to Do With It?” Some reflections on the Internationalisation of planning education. Planning Education, 3 pp. 82–91. file

Van Buuren, Arwin; Potter, Karen; Warner, Jeroen and Fischer, Thomas (2015). Making space for institutional change? A comparative case study on regime stability & change in river flood management in the Netherlands & England. International Journal of Water Governance, 3(3) pp. 81–100.


Potter, Karen (2013). Battle for the Floodplains: An Institutional Analysis of Water Management
and Spatial Planning in England.
PhD thesis. University of Liverpool.


Potter, Karen (2012). Finding "Space for Water": crossing concrete policy thresholds in England. In: Warner, Jeroen Frank; Van Buuren, Arwin and Edelenbos, Jurian eds. Making Space for the River: Governance Experiences with Multifunctional River Flood Management in the US and Europe. London: IWA Publishing, pp. 89–101.


Fischer, Thomas B.; Potter, Karen; Donaldson, Stuart and Scott, Tony (2011). Municipal waste management strategies: strategic environmental assessment and the consideration of climate change in England. Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, 13(4) pp. 541–565.

Potter, Karen; Ward, Sarah; Shaw, David; Macdonald, Neil; White, Iain; Fischer, Thomas; Butler, David and Kellagher, Richard (2011). Engineers and planners: sustainable water management alliances. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Engineering Sustainability, 164(ES4) pp. 239–247. file


Macdonald, Neil; Potter, Karen and Ward, Sarah (2010). Hydrology and Spatial Planning. In: British Hydrological Society: Proceedings of the Third International Symposium, 2010, pp. 659–662.


Potter, Karen (2009). Spatial Planning and Floodplain Restoration - in the ‘Pitts’? In: 10th River Restoration Conference, 1-2 Apr 2009, University of Nottingham, UK.


Potter, Karen (2008). Turquoise is the New Green – Planning Space for Water. In: UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference 2008 (Sustainability, Space and Social Justice), 18-20 Mar 2008, Queen's University, Belfast, UK.

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