Jon Coaffee and Peter Lee: Urban Resilience: Planning for Risk, Crisis and Uncertainty, Palgrave Macmillan (2016) https://he.palgrave.com/page/detail/Urban-Resilience/?K=9781137288820
Housing Market Renewal: Evidence of Revanchism or a Response to ‘Passive Revanchism’ Supporting ‘Citizenship of Place’? (2013) Housing Studies, DOI: 10.1080/02673037.2013.803518.
Data Driven Simulation to Support Model Building in the Social Sciences, (2011), Journal of Algorithms & Computational Technology, Volume 5, Number 4, pp.561-581, December 2011 (With Catriona Kennedy, Georgios Theodoropoulos, Volker Sorge, Edward Ferrari and Chris Skelcher)
Lee, P. and Ferrari, E. 2010. Building Sustainable Housing Markets. Coventry: Chartered Institute of Housing Practice Studies
Trickett, L. and Lee, P. 2010. Leadership of ‘subregional’ places in the context of growth, Policy Studies, Vol 31, No. 4, pp. 429-440.
Lee, P. 2010. Competitiveness and social exclusion: The importance of place and rescaling in housing and regeneration policies, pp.184-202 in Malpass, P and Rowlands, R (2010) Housing, Markets and Policy, London: Routledge.
Lee, P., Burfitt, A. and Tice, A. 2009. The Creative Economy and Social Sustainability: Planning for Opportunity and Growth. Built Environment, 35 (2), 267-280.
Chapain, C. and Lee, P. 2009. Can We Plan the Creative Knowledge City? Perspectives from Western and Eastern Europe (2009) Built Environment, Volume 35, number 2, 2009 pp.157-164 with Caroline Chapain.
Lee, P., Ferrari, E. 2006. A United Kingdom? Changing Spatial, Ethnic and Tenure Patterns in England. In: Beider, H., ed., Neighbourhood Renewal and Housing Markets: Community Engagement in the US and UK. Blackwell, pp 31-62
Lee, P., Murie, A. and Oosthuizen, R. 2006. Birmingham: Narratives of Neighbourhood Transition. In: Musterd, S., Murie, A. and Kesteloot, R., eds., Neighbourhoods of Poverty: Urban Social Exclusion and Integration in Comparison. London: Macmillan, 162-179
Lee, P. and Nevin, B. 2003. Changing Demand for Housing: Restructuring Markets and the Public Policy Framework, Housing Studies, Vol 18, No. 1, pp.65-86.