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LATEST PAPERS

Multidisciplinarity, user engagement and the design of special programmes of ageing research in the United Kingdom, Ageing & Society, Vol 33, Issue 05, July 2013, pp 727-760 doi:10.1017/So144686X12000190 (c) Copyright: Cambridge University Press

Research Assessment and the Activity Hypothesis, Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol. 20 Issue 1, 2013, pp.7 - 28

International Initiatives in Technology and Aging, (Sixsmith, Carrillo, Phillips, Lansley, Woolrich), Technology for Active Aging, Springer, 2012
Volume 9, 2013, pp 201-221

 

BOOKS and REPORTS

The True Dynamics of Ageing - Part 1: A Time Line; Part 2: Discussion, University of Reading, 2010, 45pp

SPARC Final Report: Organisation and Outcomes, University of Reading, 2009, 91pp 

Assessing the Impact of Research Programmes, (Andy Boddington, Trudy Coe, Peter Lansley), Report for DoE, Evaluation Associates Ltd, 1996. 

The Construction Firm In and Out of The Recession, (Patricia Hillebrandt, Jacqueline Cannon, Peter Lansley), Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1995, 185pp+xxiii. 

The Construction Firm In and Out of The Recession, (Patricia Hillebrandt, Jacqueline Cannon, Peter Lansley), A Report to EPSRC, 1994, 130pp.  

Construction Research in UK Universities: Executive Review and Recommendations, (Peter Lansley, Rachael Luck, Sarah Lupton), Swindon:EPSRC, 1994, 24pp.  

Construction Research in UK Universities: Accessibility, Assessment and Application, (Peter Lansley, Rachael Luck, Sarah Lupton), Swindon:EPSRC, 1994, 121pp.  

Construction Research in UK Universities: Evaluation Manual - A Report for SERC, (Peter Lansley, Rachael Luck, Sarah Lupton), University of Reading, 1994, 27pp.  

A Response to the Malpas Committee Report - A report for the SERC, (Peter Lansley, Rachael Luck, Sarah Lupton), University of Reading, 1994, 8pp.  

Construction Management and Economics: The First Ten Years (Martin Betts, Peter Lansley), Occasional Paper, National University of Singapore and University of Reading, 1993, 76pp.  

A Project Management Simulation for Management and Organisational Development: A Report to SERC, 1989 25pp.  

Managing Construction World Wide, Vol 3: Construction Management and Organisation in Perspective, (Editors, Peter Lansley, Peter Harlow), E & F N Spon, 1987, xiii + 295pp.  

Managing Construction World Wide Vol 2: Productivity and Human Factors, (Editors, Peter Lansley, Peter Harlow), E & F N Spon, 1987, xvi + 453pp.  

Managing Construction World Wide, Vol 1: Systems for Managing Construction, (Editors, Peter Lansley, Peter Harlow), E & F N Spon, 1987, xvi + 630pp.  

Executive Education and Management Research for the US Construction Industry, Department of Construction Management, Reading University, January 1985, 56pp.  

Research and Construction - Case Studies of the Constraints to the Application of Construction Management Research, SERC, May, 1983, 168pp.  

Flexibility and Efficiency in Construction Management, (Peter Lansley, Thelma Quince, Eleanor Lea), A report to the Department of Environment, Ashridge Management Research Unit, February 1979, xx + 302pp + Appendices. 

The Directory of Computerised Business Information (Douglas Tookey, Peter Lansley), Trade Research Publications, 1979, ii + 146pp.  

A Survey of Research Funding in UK Management and Industrial Relations Centres (Bernard Barry, Peter Lansley, Vivian Shackleton, Douglas Tookey), Social Science Research Council, July 1974, 66pp.  

Efficiency and Growth in the Building Industry (Eleanor Lea, Peter Lansley, Paul Spencer), Ashridge Management Research Unit, January 1974, xvi + 164pp.  

Management Style and Organisation Structure in the Smaller Enterprise (Philip Sadler, Terry Webb, Peter Lansley), Ashridge Management Research Unit, November, 1974, 61pp + Appendices and Attachments. 

Systematic Analysis of Employee Satisfaction (Michael White, Peter Lansley, Roger Hughes), A report to the Social Science Research Council, October, 1974, 146pp. 


CHAPTERS IN BOOKS   

Managing the unfamiliar, uncertain and unpredictable, in Practice Management for Land, Construction and Property Professionals (Ed) Greenhalgh B., E&FN Spon: London, 1997, 113-123.  

Organisation Structure, Management Style and Information Technology: The Case of Hong Kong Chinese Building Companies (Raymond Ng, Peter Lansley),in The Management of Information Technology for Construction (Eds) Mathur K.S., Betts M.P., Kwok W T, World Scientific Publishing and Global Publication Services: Singapore, 1993 (originally presented in Proceedings of International Conference on the Management of Information Technology for Construction, Singapore, NUS, 1993, 12pp).  

Organisational Innovation and Development, in Competitive Advantage in Construction, (Eds) Steven Male, Robert Stocks, Butterworths, 1991, 128-138.  

A Future of Change, in Building Britain 2001, CSSC, University of Reading, 1988, 26-37.  

Managerial Skills and Corporate Performance in the Construction Industry, in Managing Construction World Wide: Vol 2, (Editors, Peter Lansley, Peter Harlow), E & F N Spon, 1987, 1001-1010.  

Modelling of Construction Companies, (Henry Irwig, Peter Lansley, Thomas Ragno), in Construction Research Applied to Practice, (Ed) C.W. Ibbs, American Society of Civil Engineers, 1985, 50-67.  

The Case of AROUSAL, in Current Research in Management, (Ed) Valerie Hammond, Frances Pinter Ltd., 1985, 246-260. 


ACADEMIC JOURNALS 

Multidisciplinarity, user engagement and the design of special programmes of ageing research in the United Kingdom, Ageing & Society, doi:10.1017/So144686X12000190 (c) Copyright: Cambridge University Press 2012, Cambridge Journals Online (In press but available online)

Research Assessment and the Activity Hypothesis, Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2012 (In press)

SPARC: a new model for supporting ageing research, Quality in Ageing, Vol 11, No 1, 2010, 7-15

Editorial, Quality in Ageing, Vol 11, No 1, March 2010, 4-6, (Special edition on SPARC edited by Peter Lansley)

Enabling Older People to stay at home: the Costs of Substituting and Supplementing Care with Assistive Technology (Kate Goodacre, Claudine McCreadie, Susan Flanagan, Peter Lansley), British Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol 71, No 4, 2008, 130-140

Enabling Older People to stay at home: How adaptable are existing properties? (Kate Goodacre, Claudine McCreadie, Susan Flanagan, Peter Lansley), British Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol 70, No 1, 2007, 5-15

Making sense of research quality assessment, Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol 14, No 1, 2007, 7-25

Assistive Technology: Benefits to and Acceptance by Older People (Peter Lansley, Claudine McCreadie), CME Geriatric Medicine, Vol 8, No 2, 2006, 72-75

Capitalising on the potential of Assistive Technology, British Journal of Occupational Technology, Vol 69, No 3, 2006, 97 (editorial)

EQUAL: new horizons for ageing research, Quality in Ageing, Vol 7, No 1, 2006, 6-13

The EQUAL Initiative, Quality in Ageing  (editors: Peter Lansley, Gail Mountain), Vol 7, No 1, March 2006 (special edition on EQUAL)

Introducing assistive technology into the existing homes of older people: feasibility, acceptability. costs and outcomes (Anthea Tinker,  Peter Lansley, Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, Vol 11, Supplement 1, July 2005, pp. 1-3(3), Royal Society of Medicine Press

Assessing the adaptability of the existing homes of older people (Peter Lansley, Sue Flanagan, Kate Goodacre, Alan Turner-Smith, Donna Cowan), Building and Environment, Vol 40, No 7, 2005, 949-963 

Stimulating gerontechnological research in the UK (Peter Lansley, Verity Smith), Gerontechnology, Vol 3, No 2, 2004, 102-106

Adapting the homes of older people: a case study of costs and savings, (Peter Lansley, Claudine McCreadie, Anthea Tinker, Susan Flanagan, Kate Goodacre, Alan Turner-Smith), Building Research & Information, Vol 32, No 6, 2004, 468-483

Can adapting the homes of older people and providing assistive technology pay its way?, (Peter Lansley, Claudine McCreadie, Anthea Tinker), Age and Ageing, Vol 33, No 6, 2004, 571-576

Assistive Technology: some lessons from the Netherlands (Anthea Tinker, Claudine McCreadie, Peter Lansley), Gerontechnology, Vol 2, No 4, 2003, 332-337

Who should set the research agenda? Reflections on the Fairclough Review, Building Research & Information, Vol 30, no 5, 2002, 316-321

New Dimensions in Building Research, New Challenges for Building Education, Construction Paper 140, Construction information Quarterly, Vol 4, No 1, 2002, 4-7

The promise and challenge of providing assistive technology to older people, Age & Ageing, Vol 30, No 6, 2001, 439-440 (Editorial)

Building research and the quality-of-life, Building Research and Information, Vol 29, No 1, 2001, 62-74

Determinants of the performance of UK universities in Built Environment and Town and Country Planning research, Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol 6, No 4, 1999, 391-402.

The Role of CIB: some reflections, Building Research and Information, Vol 27, No 3, 1999, 197-202.

The Future of Leadership in the Construction Industry, Asia Pacific Building and Construction Management Journal, Vol 4, 1998, 32-36. 

The impact of BRE’s commercialisation on the research community, Building Research and Information, Vol 25, No. 5, 1997, 301-312.

The Organisation of Construction Research in British Universities (Peter Lansley, Rachael Luck, Sarah Lupton), Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol 2, No 3, 1995, 179-195. 

The International Journal of Project Management: A Review of the First Ten Years, (Martin Betts, Peter Lansley), International Journal of Project Management, Vol 13, No 4, 1995, 207-217. 

Learning from a Simulated Reality, European Journal of Engineering Education, Vol 19, No 4, 1994, 429-435.

Analysing Construction Organisations, Construction Management and Economics, Vol 12, No 4, 1994, 337-348.

Construction, Management and Economics: The First Ten Years (Martin Betts, Peter Lansley), Construction Management and Economics, Vol 11, No 4, 1993, 221-245. 

A Real Life Simulator for Construction Site Management, (Issaka Ndekugri, Peter Lansley), Computers in Education, Vol 19, No 4, 1992, 321-328.

Role of Simulation in Construction Management, (Issaka Ndekugri, Peter Lansley), Building Research and Information, Vol 20, No 2, 1992, 109-114. 

Research and Education: Some Perspectives, Building Research and Information, Vol 19, No 6, 1991, 367-370.

The Implications of Small Group Interactions for Understanding Aspects of Organisational Culture (Peter Lansley, Joanna Riddick) Construction Management & Economics, Vol 9, No 3, 1991, 219-229. 

International Contracting : A Turkish Perspective, (Peter Lansley, Roger Flanagan, Heyecan Giritli, Zeynep Sozen), Construction Management and Economics Vol 8, No 4, 1990, 415-430. 

Construction Management Researchers - True Professionals or Gifted Amateurs?, International Journal of Construction Management and Technology, Vol 2, No 3, 1988, 63-66. 

Corporate Strategy and Survival in the UK Construction Industry, Construction Management and Economics, Vol 5, No 2, 1987, 141-155

Modelling Construction Organisations, Construction Management and Economics, Vol 4, No 1, 1986, 19-36. 

Putting Organisational Research into Practice, Construction Management and Economics, Vol 3, No 1, 1985, 1-14. 

The Application of Construction Management Research, Construction Papers, Vol 2, No 2, 1983, 5-16. 

A Practical Approach to Auditing Organisational Flexibility, Construction Management and Economics, Vol 1, No 2, 1983, 145-156. 

AROUSAL - A Model to Match Reality, Journal of European Industrial Training, Vol 6, No 6, 1982, 17-21. 

The Organisational Flexibility of Building Services Contractors, Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, Vol 3, No 2, 1982, 49-55. 

Corporate Dislocation : A Threat for the 1980s, Journal of General Management, Vol 6, No 4, Summer 1981, 28-38. 

Organisational Responses to a Major Recession, (Peter Lansley, Thelma Quince), Construction Papers, Vol 1, No 2, Spring 1981, 5-16. 

Management and Industrial Relations Research in British Academic Centres : Part 2, (Bernard Barry, Peter Lansley, Vivian Shackleton), Management International Review, Vol 18, 2, 1978, 87-100. 

Management and Industrial Relations Research in British Academic Centres : Part I, (Bernard Barry, Peter Lansley, Vivian Shackleton), Management International Review, Vol 18, 1, 1978, 83-98. 

Focus : A Multi-purpose Interactive Forecasting Package, Journal of Marketing Research, Vol 13, February 1976, 64-66. 

Organisation Structure, Management Style and Company Performance : Some Recent Results, (Peter Lansley, Philip Sadler, Terry Webb), Omega, Vol 3, No 5, 1975, 615-616. 

Organ and Orgy: Programs for the analysis of organisation structures, (Peter Lansley, Terry Webb), Behaviour Research Methods and Instrumentation, Vol 6, No 6, November, 1974, 567-568. 

Organisation Structure, Management Style and Company Performance, (Peter Lansley, Philip Sadler, Terry Webb), Omega, Vol 2, No 4, 1974, 467-485.

Chemical and in vitro digestion procedures for the prediction of the digestibility of forage crops by sheep, (with D Osbourn and others), Proc Nutr Soc 1971, Vol.1, 30, 85A, 16-21.

KEYNOTE AND INVITED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

The Future of Ageing Research, BSG 41st Annual Conference, Keele University, July 2012, (Panel presentation and discussion)

Feel Right at Home, Monograph, in Improving Later Life, AgeUK: London, 2011, ISBN 978-0-9568731-1-8, 70-73

Engineering a quality life, Sleep Well-being and Active Ageing: New Evidence for Policy and Practice, Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, 28th October 2010

Age research in the UK: Current status, future prospects and challenges, Age, Health and Nutrition In Europe, UKARF and FCO, QEII Conference Centre, London, 25th March 2009

Promoting research to improve the health and wellbeing of older people, COT Older People Specialist Section Annual Conference, Glasgow, 21st November 2008

Design, technology and independence: getting research into policy and practice,  Healthy Independent Ageing Conference, The Scottish Government, Glasgow 13th November 2008

Enabling older people to stay at home, COT Housing Specialist Section Annual Conference, Aberdeen, 6th November 2008

Older people, independence and the home: can research make a difference? Healthy indoor environments for an ageing population, UKIEG and DH, London 23rd October 2008 (Keynote)

Can HCI research extend  the quality of later life?, HCI and the Older Population 2008 workshop, HCI2008 Conference, Liverpool, 1st September 2008 (Keynote)Meeting the Challenge of transforming the quality of dementia care, CSIP South East National Dementia Strategy Formal Consultation Event, West Malling, 21st August 2008

Meeting the Challenge of transforming the quality of dementia care, CSIP South East National Dementia Strategy Formal Consultation Event, Farnham, 17th July 2008

Making the Most of Research for Older People, Valuing Age & Ageing: A Celebration of Work in the South East, Farnham, 27th February 2008

Ageing Research on the Move, Realities of Action: Research into Action, BSG Annual Conference, Sheffield, 7th September 2007

SPARC, I'DGO TOO Launch, 21st June 2007, London 

Building Design and Assistive Technology, British Geriatric Society Meeting, Reading, 24th November 2006 

Assistive Technology and older people: a broad perspective, Independent Living, Transport and Technology, The Irish Gerontological Society, The Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 14th June 2006 

Overcoming functional challenges with technology and design, The Future of Ageing Research in the UK: A Vision for Action, SPARK Workshop, The Hague, The Netherlands, 23rd May 2006 

Promoting Independence through Assistive Technology, Improving the Health and Welfare of Older People, British Geriatrics Society and the North East Regional Forum on Ageing, Gateshead, 8th April 2006 (Keynote) 

Designs for a Caring Society, University of Reading, 18th October 2005 (Public Lecture) 

Better Environments for Healthy Ageing, Science and Technology Committee of the House of Lords, Inquiry into Scientific Aspects of Ageing, Seminar, British Academy, London, 14th September 2004 

Assistive Technology and the demands of an Ageing Population, Technology for Independent Living Conference organised by the UK Focus for Biomedical Engineering of the Royal Academy of Engineering, Royal Society of Medicine, London, 26th April 2004 

Introduction to the EQUAL Programme, I'DGO Launch, British Academy, London, 6th April 2004,  

Independence and Quality of Life (Peter Lansley and Verity Smith), Cafe Scientifique, Zeman Cafe, Brno, 31st March 2004 

Independence and Quality of Life: the contribution of design and engineering research, Masaryk University, Brno, 31st March 2004 (Public Lecture) 

Independence and Quality of Life (Peter Lansley and Verity Smith), Cafe Scientifique, Zizkov Tower Cafe, Prague, 30th March 2004 

Independence and Quality of Life: the contribution of design and engineering research, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, 30th March 2004 (Public Lecture) 

Extending the quality of life of older people: challenges for design and engineering research, David Wiffen Memorial Lecture, University of Newcastle, 9th March 2004 (Public Lecture).

Supporting Living Environments : Lessons from the EPSRC EQUAL Initiative, NCAR Workshop 5, Social and Environmental Supports to Enhance Active Ageing, London, 17th November 2003

R&D for independent living: a UK perspective, Pre-ICADI Preparatory Workshop, 26-27th June 2003, Royal Academy of Engineering, London, U.K. (EU-USA Workshop)

The EQUAL Network, The launch of the EPSRC EQUAL Research Network, Birmingham, 2001 

EQUAL: Its history and achievements, The launch of the EPSRC EQUAL Research Network, Birmingham, 2001. 

Research for Ageing : Enthusiasm, Optimism and Leverage, Launch of the National Collaboration for Ageing Research, Birmingham, 2001

Meeting the Research Challenges of an Inclusive Society, Include2001, Royal College of Art, London, 2001 (Keynote)

Building Research for Quality Life, Performance in Product and Practice, CIB World Building Congress 2001, Wellington, 2001, 11pp (Plenary) 

The Third Age, Technology, Innovation and Society, Vol 15, No 1, 1999, 13-17.

The Winning Streak in Construction Research, Proceedings of Fourteenth ARCOM Conference, 1998, (ed) Hughes, W., The University of Reading, 1998, vol. 1, 3-14 (Keynote).

Strategic Challenges for the Organisation of Building Research, Building Education and Research, Proceedings of the CIB W89 International Conference - Bear ’98, (eds) Yang J. and Chang W. P., E&FN Spon: London 1998, 12-21 (Keynote).

Leading to make a difference in the 21st Century, Proceedings of International Conference on Leadership and Total Quality Management in Construction and Building, (ed) Jaafari, A., Singapore, October 1997, 39-45, ISBN 981-00-8904-X (Keynote). 

Recent Developments in the Infrastructure for Construction Research and Innovation in the United Kingdom, Proceedings of International Workshop on Innovation Systems in the Construction Industry, National Research Council of Canada - Institute for Research in Construction, Montreal, 1997, 17pp (Invited). 

INNOVATION: The Role of Research, Education and Practice, Construction Papers, No 59, CIOB: Ascot, 1996, 8pp (Invited). 

The Barriers to Achieving Full Potential, Proceedings of CIC Conference, A New Way Forward, London, 1996, 12pp.

Managing the Unfamiliar, Uncertain and Unpredictable, Proceedings of Conference on Practice Management, Liverpool, 1995, 12pp (Keynote). 

Managerial Effectiveness - Theory, Practice and Fashion, Rinker Distinguished Lecture, University of Florida, 1994, 19pp. (Keynote).

Professional Education Through Masters Courses, Proceedings of Building Management Professional Education Seminar, Beijing: Ministry of Construction, 1994 (in English and Chinese). 

Construction Management Researchers: A Race Apart?, Proceedings of Tenth ARCOM Conference, 1994, Loughborough: Loughborough University of Technology, 1994, Vol 1, 21-40 (Keynote). 

Towards Improved Managerial Performance, Organisation and Management of Construction: The Way Forward, Proceedings of CIB W-65 Symposium 1993, Trinidad, UWI, 1993, Vol 3, 671-680, (Keynote).

Research and Construction, Proceedings of CIB Research Managers Conference, Italy, 1991,12pp. (Keynote). 

Management of Construction in the Developing Countries, Value in Building Economics and Construction Management, Proceedings of CIB W55/W65 Symposium 1990, Vol 7, 195-209. 

Construction Education in 2001 - The Need for a Flexible Approach, Proceedings of the First Rinker International Conference on Construction Education, 1990, 18pp. (Keynote). 

Construction Management Researchers - True Professionals or Gifted Amateurs?, Proceedings of ARCOM Annual Conference, Watford, 1987. 

Corporate Planning, Proceedings of Trent Lectures - Corporate Planning for the Smaller Builder, organised by Institute of Building, Nottingham, October 1981

Maintaining the Company's Workload in a Changing Market, Proceedings of the Chartered Institute of Building - Annual Estimating Seminar, March, 1981, 12pp.

How does management style influence company performance?, Proceedings of Churchill College Lectures, organised by Institute of Building, Cambridge, September 1978


CONFERENCE PAPERS

Stimulating Ageing Research, BSG 41st Annual Conference, Keele University, July 2012

SPARC: Developing UK Ageing Research from the "Bottom Up", Lifestyle - Lifespan, Gerontological Society of America 64th Annual Scientific Meeting, Boston, November 2011

SPARC: Keeping close to the realities of ageing,  Ageing Globally - Ageing Locally, CARDI, Dublin, November 2011 (Poster)

Stimulating Ageing Research: What can we learn from theories of innovation?, Ageing Globally - Ageing Locally, CARDI, Dublin, November 2011

Inclusive Design: Stimulating Research, Encouraging Practice - The UK Experience,  An Agenda for Design, VI International Congress on Design Research (CIPED) Lisbon, October 2011

Managing multidisciplinary ageing research programmes, FICCDAT: Growing Older with a Disability, Toronto, June 2011

Developing a taste for ageing research: can enthusiasm substitute for funding?, FICCDAT: Growing Older with a Disability, Toronto, June 2011

Public Health and Ageing Research: pointers to successful knowledge exchange, Knowledge Exchange in Public Health Conference, Durham, April 2011 

Age-Supportive Built Environments, Canadian Association on Gerontology, Annual Conference, Montreal, 2010, p 162

KT-EQUAL: Bringing ageing and disability research into practice, (Helen Haigh, Gail Mountain, Peter Lansley), Identities, Care and Everyday Life, BSG Conference, Brunel University, 2010

Making a difference: how SPARC produced a new paradigm for researchers, Identities, Care and Everyday Life, BSG Conference, Brunel University, 2010

Building a new research community, Identities, Care and Everyday Life, BSG Conference, Brunel University, 2010

The dynamics of a funding dependent community, Identities, Care and Everyday Life, BSG Conference, Brunel University, 2010

Recent trends in multidisciplinary ageing research in the UK, Gerontology Without Borders - Diversity in European and Transnational Research, IAGG Conference, Swansea University, 2010

Crossing boundaries in ageing related research: an experiment, Gerontology Without Borders - Diversity in European and Transnational Research, IAGG Conference, Swansea University, 2010

KT-EQUAL, (Gail Mountain, Peter Lansley), Gerontechnology 2010; 9(2):233 (7th World Conference on Gerontechnology, Vancouver, 2010)

Research Capacity Building in the UK, Gerontechnology 2010; 9(2):227 (7th World Conference on Gerontechnology, Vancouver, 2010)

CIHR Canada-UK New Dynamics of Ageing Research Initiative, Gerontechnology 2010; 9(2):126 (7th World Conference on Gerontechnology, Vancouver, 2010)

Building the socio-economic business case for technological developments to support older people, Proceedings International workshop on the socio-economics of ageing, 30 October 2009, ISEG/CISEP, Lisbon, Portugal

Inspiring Construction Management, in Dainty, A (Ed) Proceedings 25th Annual ARCOM Conference, 7-9 September 2009, Nottingham, UK, ARCOM, 1151-60

Supporting Newcomers to Inclusive Design Research,  (Peter Lansley, Verity Smith), Include 2009, Royal College of Art, 2009 

Making the Case for 'Staying Put' in Old Age, 5th Warwick Healthy Housing Conference, Coventry, 2008

Stimulating Ageing-related Housing Research from the Bottom  Up (Peter Lansley, Verity Smith), 5th Warwick Healthy Housing Conference, Coventry, 2008

Ageing Research on the Move, Realities of Action: Research into Action, BSG Annual Conference, Sheffield, 2007

Stimulating Ageing Research from the Bottom up (Peter Lansley, Verity Smith), FICCDAT, Caregiving, Disability, Aging and Technology, Toronto, 2007 

Growing Older but Staying Put, FICCDAT, Caregiving, Disability, Aging and Technology, Toronto, 2007 

Building Capacity for Ageing and Disability-Related Research (Peter Lansley, Verity Smith), Include 2007,  London, 2007

The benefits of adapting the homes of older people, Contemporary Ergonomics 2006, 363-367, Cambridge, 2006

Laying the Foundations for a Viable Research Community, Research Policies and Accessibility, BAS International Meeting (Building Accessible Services, EU DG Employment and Social Affairs), Verona, 2006

Adaptations and remodelled housing for older people: Some evidence from the UK (Anthea Tinker, Claudine McCreadie, Alan Turner-Smith, Peter Lansley, Keith Bright, Donna Cowan, Susan Flanagan, Kate Goodacre), ICADI, Florida, 2006

Dissolving Boundaries: The EPSRC EQUAL Research Network (Peter Lansley, Verity Smith), Include2005, Royal College of Art, London, 2005

Six years of the EQUAL Research initiative, Include2005, Royal College of Art, London, 2005

Introducing assistive technology into the homes of older people: Feasibility, acceptability, costs and outcomes (Anthea Tinker, Peter Lansley), Citizen Centred Care, Royal Society of Medicine Conference, London, 2004.

The Contribution of Building Research to the Independence and Quality of Life of Older People (Peter Lansley, Verity Smith), Responding to Change, Cobra 2004, Leeds, 2004, 9 pgs.

Adapting the Homes of Older People: Cost Effectiveness and Quality of Life, Responding to Change, Cobra 2004, Leeds, 2004, 10 pgs.

Design and Construction Research for Quality of Life, Building for the Future, CIB World Building Congress 2004, Toronto, 2004, NRCC-IRC : Ottawa, 8 pgs.

Inclusive Environments and inclusive design: new dimensions and priorities for construction research, BEAR 2003, CIB W89 International Conference on Building Education and Research, Salford, 2003, Vol 2, 719-727

AROUSAL comes of Age, BEAR 2003, CIB W89 International Conference on Building Education and Research, Salford, 2003, Vol 3, 1266-1277

Enhancing Quality of Life through Engineering Research (Peter Lansley, Verity Smith), Include2003, RCA, London, 2003,14:538-543

Introducing Assistive Technology into the Existing Homes of Older People (Keith Bright, Susan Flanagan, Kate Goodacre, Peter Lansley), Include 2003, London, 2003, 2:57-64

Moving Inclusive Design into the Mainstream Research Agenda (Peter Lansley, Verity Smith), Include 2003, RCA, London, 2003, 1:33-38

Using ICF Codes to Match Assistive Technology  to Persons and Property (Alex Biolokoz, Alan Turner Smith, Anthea Tinker, Peter Lansley, Keith Bright), Proceedings of Gerontechnology Conference 2002, Gerontechnology, Vol 2, No 1, 154-155

Assistive Technology - Boon or Burden? The Role of Aids and Adaptations in the Home: Lessons from Research in the UK, Valencia Forum, Valencia, 2002, 165

Achieving Barrier Free Environments: lessons from work funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Valencia Forum, Valencia, 2002, 155

Stimulating Mainstream Scientists, Engineers and Designers to Meet the Needs of an Ageing Society, Valencia Forum, Valencia, 2002, 42 (poster)

Construction Management Research: Time for a Change in Direction?, Proceedings of Joint Meeting of CIB Working Commissions and Task Groups. (ed) R. Bon, University of Reading, 2000, pp 3.

The Unfolding Nature of Client Influence in the Construction Industry, Customer Satisfaction: A focus for research & practice in construction (Proceedings of Joint Triennial Symposium of CIB W65 and W55), (eds) P A Bowen and R D Hindle, University of Cape Town, Vol: 1, 1999,  92-99.

Management Development in the Construction Industry: Reflections on the Measurement of Cultural Differences, Cultural Factors Affecting International Transfer of Construction Management Best Practice. (ed) O. SjÆ holt, Norwegian Building Research Institute, 1997, pp 6.

Managing the construction enterprise - the need for better theory (Peter Lansley, Patricia Hillebrandt), Proceedings of CIB International Conference on Construction Modernisation and Education, Beijing, China & Architectural Press, CD-ROM, 1996, 220-229. 

The organisation of construction research in successful university departments, The Organisation and Management of Construction, Vol3: Managing Construction Information (Proceedings of CIBW65 International Symposium) (eds) D A Langford and A Retik, E&FN Spon, 1996, 317-324. 

Aspirations, commitment and careers in construction management, The Organisation and Management of Construction, Vol2: Managing the Construction Project and Management Risk (Proceedings of CIBW65 International Symposium) (eds) D A Langford and A Retik, E&FN Spon, 1996, 609-618. 

The Roots of a New Discipline: The Case of Construction Management and Project Management, (Peter Lansley, Martin Betts), Construction/Building Education and Research Beyond 2000, Proceedings CIB W-89 Symposium 1995, Florida, 1995, 267-274. 

The Accessibility, Assessment and Application of Construction Research, Construction/Building Education and Research Beyond 2000, Proceedings CIB W-89 Symposium 1995, Florida, 1995, 597-604. 

Professional Education through Masters Courses, Proceedings of Seminar on Building Management Professional Education, Beijing, Ministry of Construction, People's Republic of China and the Chartered Institute of Building, 1994, 5pp (In English and Chinese). 

Construction Research in UK Universities and its Use by Industry, Proceedings of International Conference on Research, Higher Education in Building Construction, Paris, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees, 1994, 271-278. 

Recreating Reality for Effective Learning, Proceedings of International Conference on Research, Higher Education in Building Construction, Paris, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees, 1994, 149-156. 

Construction Management and Economics: A Review of the First Ten Years (Martin Betts, Peter Lansley), Proceedings of CIB W89 Meeting, Reading University 1993, 36pp. 

Information Technology: The Consequences of Culture (Raymond Ng, Peter Lansley), Organisation and Management of Construction: The Way Forward, Proceedings of CIB-W65 Symposium 1993, Trinidad, UWI, 1993, Vol 1, 55-62. 

Research and Education: Future Challenges, Proceedings of CIB W89 Meeting, Reading, 1992, 9pp. 

CIB Strategic Plan, Proceedings of 14th CIB General Assembly, Montreal, 1992, 13pp. 

The Role of Central and Local Government in Construction, Proceedings of British-Russian Symposium on the Management of the Construction Firm in the Market Economy, Sochi, IMEMO, 1992, 17pp. 

AROUSAL: Some Reflections, Proceedings of Conference on Computer Based Training in Property and Construction, (Eds) Brian Sloan, Derek Schofield, Salford University, 1992, 163-176. 

How the Building Industry is Organised, Proceedings of Anglo-Soviet Symposium on the Management of the Construction Firm in the Market Economy, Moscow, IMEMO, 1991, 19pp. 

International Contracting : A Turkish Perspective, (Zeynep Sozen, Heyecan Giritli, Roger Flanagan, Peter Lansley), Proceedings of the Fourth Yugoslav Symposium on Organisation and Management in Construction, ZUP Zagreb, 1991, 629-632. 

The Culture of Construction Organisations, (Peter Lansley, Joanna Riddick), Proceedings of the Fourth Yugoslav Symposium on Organisation and Management in Construction, ZUP Zagreb, 1991, 599-604. 

Construction Management Research and Its Application, Value in Building Economics and Construction Management, Proceedings of CIB W-55/W65 Symposium 1990, 11pp. 

Construction Research Utilisation - Some Perspectives, Value in Building Economics and Construction Management, Proceedings of CIB W-55/W65 Symposium 1990, 9pp. 

Management of Construction Projects by Clients: UK/USA Comparisons, Proceedings of Shlomo Peer Memorial Symposium, Israel, 1988, 6pp. 

Developing Maintenance Managers through Simulation, (John Hudson, Peter Lansley), Proceedings of Whole Life Property Management Conference, CIB W-70, 1988, 360-368. 

Modelling Subcontractor Activities, (Issaka Ndekugri, Peter Lansley, Audrey Hunter), Proceedings of INTERNET Conference, 1988, 559-566. 

A Project Management Simulator for Management and Organisational Development, Proceedings of INTERNET Conference, 1988, 679-684. 

Management Skills and Team Performance in Construction, Proceedings of INTERNET Conference, 1988, 671-678.

Understanding Organisation Culture from the Interactions of Small Groups, (Joanna Dodd, Peter Lansley), Proceedings of Standing Conference on Organisational Symbolism, 1988, D1-D12. 

Bridging the Gap Between Construction Management Research and Practice, Proceedings of CIB Congress, Washington, Vol.8, 1986, 3531-3538. 

Management Research and the Construction Industry, Proceedings of CIB Symposium on Organisation and Management of Construction, July, Waterloo, 1984, 19pp.

Real World Simulations for Management Development in the Construction Industry, Proceedings of CIB Symposium on Organisation and Management of Construction in the Developing Countries and International Contracting, November 1982, I/9-I/20.

The Flexibility of Construction Management, Proceedings of 3rd International CIB Symposium on Organisation and Management of Construction, Dublin, July 1981, 13pp.


PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS

Motivating Ageing Research in the UK, (Peter Lansley, Lucy Chappell), British Journal of Healthcare Computing and Information Management, December 2008.

Ageing Research on the Move, Generations Review, Vol 17, No 4, October 2007, ISSN 0965-2000

New Technologies and Older People's Quality of Life (Gail Mountain, Peter Lansley), Generations Review, Vol 17, No 4, October 2007, ISSN 0965-2000

Home Help (Anthea Tinker, Claudine McCreadie, Peter Lansley), Housing Today, 30 April 2004, 28-29

Assisting quality of later life, ASI Journal, April 2001, 32

The EQUAL initiative: Dust on a bowl of rose leaves? (Claudine McCreadie, Peter Lansley, Anthea Tinker), Generations Review,  Vol 10, No 4, December 2000, 15-16

Excellent Management, Chartered Builder, June 1994, Vol 6, No 5, 10-12. 

Training the Manager - Ten Years On, Chartered Builder, October 1991, 20-21. 

Trends in Graduate Education for the Construction Professions, Chartered Builder, March/April 1990, 9-11. 

The Changing Face of Construction: Challenges for the '90s, Building Technology and Management, Vol.27, 1988 No.1, 9-12. 

Are you an Inspired Manager?, Building Services, April 1988, 13-14. 

AROUSAL business simulation, Building Technology and Management, September l986, 9. 

Management through the looking glass (interview by Marion Devine), Manpower Policy and Practice, Winter 1986, 5-6. 

Simulating for Survival, Building Technology and Management, Vol 21, No 6, June, 1983, 24. 

Disturbing Trend for National Contractors, Building Technology and Management, Vol 21, No 5, May, 1983, 2. 

A Model to Match Reality?, Building Technology and Management, Vol 20, No 3, March, 1981, 13. 

Corporate Planning for the Small Builder, Building Technology and Management, Vol 19, No 11, December, 1981, 7-12. 

Surviving the Recession : Flexibility is the Key, Journal of the Chartered Institution of Building Services, Vol 3, No 2, February, 1981, 38-42. 

Flexibility and Efficiency in Construction Management (Peter Lansley, Thelma Quince, Eleanor Lea), Building Technology and Management, Vol 18, No 11, December, 1980, 42-43. 

Review of Construction Statistics, Journal of the Chartered Institution of Building Services, Vol 2, No 11, November, 1980, 13.

Industry Needs Information (Peter Lansley, Thelma Quince), Journal of the Chartered Institution of Building Services, Vol 2, No 8, August 1980, 13-15. 

Collaboration - the Password for the 80s (Peter Lansley, Thelma Quince), Building Technology and Management, Vol 18, No 3, March, 1980, 15-16. 

Estrutura da Organizacao, Estilo de Administocao e Desempentio da Empresa (Peter Lansley, Philip Sadler, Terry Webb) IDORT -Revista Brasileira de Productividade, ANO XLVII, No 561/562 November - December, 1978, 18-27. 

Managing for Success in the Building Industry,(Peter Lansley, Philip Sadler, Terry Webb), Building Technology and Management, Vol 13, No 7, July, 1975, 21-23. 

Decision Trees for Exporters?, Export, June, 1974, 28-29. 

 
PERIODICALS

Customers and their Satisfaction: some reflections and conclusions, (Peter Lansley, David Langford, Ben Uwakwah), CIB Information Bulletin, 4/2000, August/September 2000

Management Development in the Construction Industry, UAE Construction News, November, 1998, 21-25. 

Strategic Challenges for the Organisation of Building Research, CIB Information, 4/98, August/September 1998, 29-33. 

Monumental Indulgences, Building, 8th May 1998, 30. 

Lansley's Conclusions, in Recipe for a Slimmer Industry (edited by Rhianydd Dow), New Builder, 15 April 1994, 18-21 (based on a discussion paper produced for New Builer entitled "Reducing Capacity in the Industry", 25 March 1994, 3pp). 

Pulling off a career master-stroke, Construction Weekly, Vol 5 No 28, 18 August 1993, 25. 

The Missing Link, (Peter Lansley, Bob Mitchell), New Builder, 26th March 1992. 

The Curse of the Samurai, Building, 20th March 1987, 28. 

Manufacturers get their just rewards for quality and innovation in the construction industry, (Report), Building, 23rd January 1987, 16. 

Building Innovation Award 1987, (interview by Chris Huntley), Building, 16th January 1987, 67. 

AROUSAL Reveals Secrets of Management Success, Building, 27 June, l986, 59-60. 

American Team Work, Building, 11 January, 1985, 24-25. 

Arousing Managerial Skills, (interview by Peter Heyward), Engineering News Record, 13 December, 1984, 20. 

Management Theory into Practice, (interview by Martin Spring), Building, 15 June, 1984, 41. 

On the Client Side, Building, 24 February, 1984, 32-33. 

Could Construction Cope, (Eleanor Lea, Peter Lansley), Building, 13 August 1981, 28. 

Research Future, Building, 24 July, 1981, 27. 

Responding to Recession : Building Options, National Builder, October, 1980, 222-224. 

Flexibility Essential to meet Changing Demands, (Peter Lansley, Thelma Quince, Eleanor Lea), Construction News, 14 February, 1980, 9. 

Quick Change for Survival, (Thelma Quince, Peter Lansley, Eleanor Lea), Building, 8 February, 1980, 37. 

Flexible Management, (Peter Lansley, Eleanor Lea), Building, 14 November, 1975, 128. 

Dispelling Some Merseyside Myths, (Michael Osbaldeston, Peter Lansley), Building, 28 March 1975, 67-69. 

Management for Survival, (Eleanor Lea, Peter Lansley), Building, 21 March 1975, 103-105. 

Building : Demand and Profitability, (Eleanor Lea, Peter Lansley), Building, 14 March 1975, 109-111. 

How Print Managers Manage, (Peter Lansley, Philip Sadler, Terry Webb) British Printer, August, 1974, 5-8. 

 
NATIONAL PRESS

The Woodburner in the Flat below causes a Stink, Readers' Clinic, Home Supplement, 18, The Sunday Times, 13 March 2018. (Letter).

Ageing Research has a lot to teach Foresight,
Research Fortnight,
12 March 2003, 21.

EPSRC is more EQUAL than other research councils, Research Fortnight, 7 February 2001, 17.

Engineers should look beyond the MBA, The Times, 21 March 1994, 37. 

A Helping Hand for Historic Moscow, The Times, 26 December 1992, (Letter).


BOOK REVIEWS

Towards an inclusive society, Universal Design Handbook, W. F. E. Preiser and E. Ostroff, McGraw-Hill, 2001,Building Research & Information, Vol 31, No 1, 2003, 70-72. 

Building International Construction Alliances, Successful Partnering for Construction Firms, R. Pietroforte, E FN Spon, 1997, Construction Procurement, Vol 13, No 2, 1997, 97-98. 

Employment Forecasting in the Construction Industry, Geoffrey Briscoe and Robert Wilson, Avebury, 1993, Construction Management and Economics, Vol 12, No 2, 1994, 187. 

Management of Building Projects: Analysis of Building Procurement Systems' Features and Conception of an Appropriate Project Management System for Kenya, Muthibi Mbatha, DVP Publishers, Wuppertal, Construction Management and Economics, Vol 11, No 5, 1993, 405. 

CIB Report - Publication 147, Measurement and Evaluation of Construction Research, Construction Management and Economics, Vol 11, No 2, 1993, 168.

Project manpower management, T D Anderson and R W Woodhead, John Wiley, 1981, Building Technology and Management, December, 1981, 23. 

Management techniques applied to the construction industry, R Oxley and J Poskitt, Granada Publishing (3rd Edition), Building Services, April, 1981, 69. 
 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

The Life and Times of Bowling's Farm, The Lodon Valley Link, April 2018, 32-33.

Continence Matters, Monograph,
KT-EQUAL, 2011, 8 pages

The Science of Age-Supportive Built Environments, Monograph, KT-EQUAL, 2010, 51 pages

Memorandum submitted by Professor  Peter Lansley, House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, Ageing: Scientific Aspects, Volume II : Evidence, 2005, 362-364. 

Memorandum submitted by Professor  Peter Lansley, House of Commons Science and Technology Committee Report on EQUAL (Extend Quality Life), First Report, Appendix 1, 2000,  49-51.

Taking Responsibility for Apprentice Training: A review of HVACR Apprentice Training Provision, HVCA, 1999, 25pp (Chairman)

Professor W. D. Biggs: The Making of a Legend, The University of Reading Bulletin,  Edition 321, 1998. 

Fit for the Future: The Prevention of Dependency in Later Life, (Ed Helen Prophet), Continuing Care Conference, 1998, 49pp (contributor). 

Construction Innovation: Learning from Abroad, CPN Workshop Report, CIRIA 1998, 7pp (contributor). 

Human Resources for Construction Innovation, CPN Workshop Report , CIRIA 1997, 13 pp (contributor). 

Mr Stephen Burman (presentation for Honorary Degree, July 1996), The University of Reading BULLETIN, August 1996. 

A Journey to an Unknown Land: a comment on the Russian Economy, University of Reading, 1993, 3pp. 

Success in Construction in the 1990s, UK Construction, London: Ravensbeck, 1991, 21-23. 

Careers for all, (Peter Lansley, Tony Bryan) GTI Construction and Building Services Journal, 1990, 22. 

Routes for Non-Cognate Graduates to Reach Corporate Status: A briefing paper (Peter Lansley, Tony Bryan), CIOB, 1990, 11pp. 

International Contracting: A Turkish Perspective, (Peter Lansley, Heyecan Giritli, Zeynep Sozen, Roger Flanagan), Discussion Paper, Department of Construction Management, University of Reading, 1989, 29pp. 

Management Focus, Target 19, April 1989, 19. 

A taste of the Boardroom, (interview by Marion Devine), A.M., 1986, 7-8. 

AROUSAL - A PC Based Simulation System to Assist Senior Construction Management, (Henry Irwig, Peter Lansley), CPM, Vol 2, No 3, March, 1986, 11-12. 

Research and Construction, (W D Biggs, Peter Lansley), Specially Promoted Programme in Construction Management, Science and Engineering Research Council, Newsletter No 5, Winter, 1983, 3-4.

Industrial Relations : The Merseyside Myth, (Michael Osbaldeston and Peter Lansley), Survey, January 1975, 6pp. 

A Study of the Economics of Green Crop Drying, National Agricultural Advisory Newsletter, 1970, No 2, Grassland Research Institute, 27-33. 
 

SOFTWARE and COURSEWARE 

AROUSAL IX, Management Reality, 2013

AROUSAL VIII, Management Reality, 2009

AROUSAL VII - AROUSAL for Windows, Management Reality, 1999

Masters Building Company Limited, Management Reality, 1996. 

The New Renzo Construction, (Henry Irwig, Peter Lansley), Henry Irwig and Peter Lansley Associates, Boston, USA, 1996. 

Renzo in Russia, (Peter Lansley, Henry Irwig), A demonstration software system, Management Reality, 1992. 

Barset Engineering Ltd, (Peter Lansley, Laurence Holt, Pat Mitchell), Reading University, 1987. 

Pipers h & v Limited, (Peter Lansley, Peter Austin, Graham Boyce, Tim Plackett), CITB, 1986. 

Renzo Construction, Boston, Massachusetts, (Henry Irwig, Peter Lansley), Henry Irwig and Peter Lansley Associates, Boston, USA, 1985. 

AROUSAL System Manual, Ashridge Management College, Summer, 1983. 

Masters Building Company Limited, Ashridge Management College, Summer 1982. 

Focus System Manual, Ashridge Management Research Unit, Summer, 1975, 23pp. 

FOCUS - Programs for Econometric Model Building and Forecasting, Ashridge Management College, 1974. 

ORGAN and ORGY, Programs for Organisational Analysis, Ashridge Management College, 1973.