Goode, C.E. (2022) 'The enduring importance of strategic vision in planning: The case of the West Midlands Green Belt', Planning Perspectives, Ahead of Print, pp. 1-29. Published Open Access:https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02665433.2022.2040383?src=.
Goode, C.E. (2022) 'Planning principles and particular places: planners’ and campaigners’ perspectives on motivations for popular support of the Green Belt', Town Planning Review, 93(3), pp. 301-328:https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/issue/6670.
Goode, C.E. (2022) ‘Book Review: Cities and Communities Beyond Covid-19’, Town Planning Review, 93(2), pp. 235-239 (https://liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/article/67071/).
Goode, C.E. (2021) 'Planning and Pandemics', Town Planning Review, 92(3), pp. 377-384 (https://bit.ly/2HmLW2Q).
Goode, C.E. (2021) 'Escape to the country: The implications of Coronavirus on the English Housing Crisis' in Bryson, J., Andres, A., Ersoy, A. and Reardon, L. (2021) Living With Pandemics (Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham), pp. 174-183.
Goode, C.E. and Rayner, B. (2021) 'Coronavirus and the Digitalisation of Planning: Perspectives from Practice and Academia' in Bryson, J., Andres, A., Ersoy, A. and Reardon, L. (2021) Living With Pandemics (Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham), pp. 149-158.
Goode, C.E. (2020) What would it take to solve the housing crisis? (chapter in Right Answers Report by the Critical Academics Group: https://bit.ly/3pHrwn4).
Goode, C.E. (2019) Green Belts, Geography and Governance: Towards a Spatial ‘Solution’ for a 21st Century Green Belt? (Paper for European Council of Spatial Planners (ECSP) Young Planners Workshop- https://tempectp.cimalink.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/e-book-YP-2019.pdf), pp. 31-57.
RTPI Article on the Value of Planning Committees in Planning for Housing (https://bit.ly/33dKEyX)
RTPI Article on the Governance of the Green Belt (https://bit.ly/3bPdco1)
RTPI Article on the 20-minute Neighbourhood (https://bit.ly/3h1Q4VJ)
Planning in Post-Coronavirus UK (Social Housing Matters (academic-practitioner forum) https://bit.ly/3ojmtZo)
The Tale and Cry of the Mariner (Article on community involvement in planning for housing (LinkedIn))
In Defence of Planning: Do the means of zoning justify the ends of solving the housing crisis? (LinkedIn)
The Planned, Unplanned and Eclectic: A Tale of Three Towns in Sussex by the Sea (LinkedIn)
Time for a national and regional ‘conversation’ on the Green Belt (LinkedIn)
Research Summaries - RTPI Magazine:
1. ‘Green Belts, Geography and Governance’, InPerspective (Summer 2019).
2. ‘The Green Belt and Local Communities’: InPerspective, BranchOut and Tripwire (https://bit.ly/3gOGJhb).
Conference Reports: 13 Reports written for RTPI (Available on request).