My research interests reflect my wider interests in the interaction between planning and environmental protection, both conceptually, for example in blue and green infrastructures and in tensions, creative resolution and integration.
Recent and current projects include:
• Major residential development: A role for public space in delivering environmental and social objectives? A case study of Kingswood urban extension Hull with Kaeren vanVliet and Gabrielle Appiah.
• An Examination of the Development and Implementation of Planning Policy Relating to Major Development in the English and Welsh National Parks for the Campaign for National Parks with Lynn Crowe and Nikky Wilson
• Involvement in a European research project looking at biodiversity skills for planners funded by the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme.
Recent Conference Presentations include:
• Special Protection Areas, Special Areas of Conservation and their impact on planning for space and place, UK Ireland Planning Research Conference, Cardiff, September 2016
• Managing Major Development in National Parks, UK Ireland Planning Research Conference, Belfast, September 2017
• Goodchild, Cadman and Hammond, 2016, Diversifying the master's research project: reflections on an initiative in architecture, planning and environmental management, Sheffield Hallam University Student Engagement and Experience Journal, Vol 5, No1.
• Crow, L, Hammond, C and Wilson , N, 2016,L. An Examination of the Development and Implementation of Planning Policy Relating to Major Development in the English and Welsh National Parks. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University for the Campaign for National Parks.
• Goodchild and Hammond, 2013, Planning and urban regeneration since 2010: a recipe for conflict and dispute? People, Place and Policy, Vol.7 Issue 2
• Hammond, C. 2002, 'New Approaches to Regional Spatial Planning?' In: Rydin, R, and Thornley, A (eds) Planning in the UK: Agendas for the New Millennium, Aldershot, Ashgate.