Refereed Articles in Academic Journals
- S. Ball; D. Higgins; H. Nash (2021) “The role historic assets can play in reviving the retail high street: A case study of Derby’s retail high street”. WIT Transactions on The Built Environment, Volume 203, WIT Press, 2021, ISSN: 1743-3509 (online).
- H. Nash (2019) “Permitting Significant Harm in the Conservation of Heritage Assets: Conflicts in Sustainable Land Use Planning Decisions”WIT Transactions on The Built Environment, Volume 191, WIT Press, 2019, ISSN: 1743-3509.
- H. Nash (2019) “Permission in Principle: An update” Environmental Law and Management 30(4), 116-119.
- H. Nash (2013) “The role of innovation in resource efficient growth: The European Commission’s Eco-innovation Action Plan” Journal of Environmental Policy and Governance.
- H. Nash & A. Ross (2009) “European Union Environmental Law – Who Legislates for Whom in a Devolved Great Britain?” Public Law, July, 564-595.
- H. Nash (2009) “Analysis: The revised Directive on Waste: Resolving Legislative Tensions in Waste Management?” Journal of Environmental Law 21(1) 139-149.
- H. Nash., A. Ross & C. T. Reid (2009) “The implementation of EU environmental law in Scotland”, Edinburgh Law Review 13, 224-252.
- H. Nash., A. Ross & C. T. Reid (2008) “Multi-Level Governance – A Study of the Implementation of Environmental Law in Post-Devolution Scotland” (2007) Environmental Law and Management 19(4) 159-168.
Other Refereed Journals
- H. Nash (2009) “Recasting the WEEE Directive – A welcome proposal” United Nations University Edited E-Waste Collection.
- H. Nash (2009) “Government Initiatives: The European Commission’s sustainable consumption and production and sustainable industrial policy action plan” Journal of Cleaner Production 17 496-498.
- H. Nash., A. Ross., & C. T. Reid (2008) “Implementing EC environmental law after devolution” (2008) E-law – UKELA 48.
- H. Nash (2006) “Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Consultation” Scottish Planning and Environmental Law Journal, 117, 116-117.
- H. Nash (August 2020) Permitted development rights update: Responding to needs in Covid-19 times Agriadvisor Update, https://www.agriadvisor.co.uk/2020/08/permitted-development-rights-update-responding-to-needs-in-covid-19-times/
- H. Nash (Winter 2011) “Reviewing TAN21: An opportunity not to be wasted”. Cynllunio: The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Cymru Newsletter.
H. Nash (May 2011)) “Planning policy-making in Wales: working with the Welsh Assembly Government BRASS Research News, Issue 6 8-9.
- H. Nash (July 2010) “Tighter standards needed to green the automotive sector” BRASS Research News, Issue 4 20.
Official Reports and Working Papers
- H. Nash (2019) Commission Paper II: Protection of Cultivated Land: Rural Planning Law and Agricultural Property and Real Estate Law. European Congress of Agricultural Law.
- H. Nash (2015) Criteria for determining a requirement for prior extraction of minerals in Wales.
- H. Nash (2014) Screening wind turbine development for EIA Requirement – A methodological Comparison between Wales, Scotland and England.
- P. Wells., P. Nieuwenhuis, P., H. Nash & L. Frater (May 2009) “Lowering the bar – options for the automotive industry to achieve 80g/km CO2 by 2020 in Europe”, Greenpeace International, 1-113. Available online at: http://www.greenpeace.org/raw/content/eu-unit/press-centre/reports/lowering-the-bar-for-cars-20-05-10.pdf
- Fihiley Timoney and Company, L. Frater., J. Dijkshoorn, J & H. Nash (2009) “Direct and Variable Charging for Residual Waste from Households” The Welsh Assembly Government, 1-128. Available online at: http://wales.gov.uk/docs/desh/consultation/090429wastechargingen.pdf
- H. Nash and C. Ponting (2010) Part 1: A business perspective on the transposition of the WEEE Directive into UK law (Working Paper 56 with Cerys Ponting)
S. Ball., H. Nash & D. Higgins, May 25-27, 2021, “The role historic assets can play in reviving the Retail High Street: A Case Study of Derby’s Retail High Street”. Wessex Institute STREMAH Conference 2021.
H. Nash, 18-21 September 2019, “Commission Paper II: Protection of Cultivated Land: Rural Planning Law and Agricultural Property and Real Estate Law. European Congress of Agricultural Law” Congress of CEDR, Poznan, Poland.
- H. Nash, October 7-10, 2019, “Significant harm in the repurposing of heritage assets” Wessex Institute Sustainable Planning Conference 7-10 October, 2019.
- H. Nash, May 2, 2019 “An examination of the implementation and effectiveness of Permission in Principle” Planning Symposium, University of West of England.
- H. Nash and J. Smith, 2014, Revisions to TAN21: Waste – An Update. RTPI Cymru Annual Conference.
H. Nash, August 28-31 2012, Reshaping consumption patterns through law and policy - do we and can we? 3rd International Sustainability Conference, Universitaet Basel, Switzerland.
H. Nash, July 4-6th 2012, Steering land-use planning for waste – is there a need?, 6th International Conference on Waste Management and the Environment, Wessex Institute, New Forest.
- H. Nash and C. Ponting, July 4-6th 2012 Enabling Individual Producer Responsibility - can WEEE and should WEEE? 6th International Conference on Waste Management and the Environment, Wessex Institute, New Forest.
- H. Nash and A. Ross, 16th September 2010, Developing and implementing EU environmental law in Wales, Wales Governance Conference 2010, The Pierhead Building, Cardiff.
- H. Nash, 1st June 2010, Sustainable consumption and the notion of shared responsibility – A WEEE Case Study, 16th International Sustainable Development Research Conference, The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong.
- H. Nash & C. Ponting, 30th May 2010, Encouraging eco-design – the limitations of Extended Producer Responsibility, 16th International Sustainable Development Research Conference, The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong.
- H. Nash & A. Ross, 13th September 2007, Producing a real difference? The transposition of Community environmental directives in post devolution Scotland and Wales, Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, University of Durham.
- H. Nash & A. Ross, 12th June 2007, Putting a Kilt on the Transposition of EC Environmental Legislation: Does Devolution Provide a Truly Scottish Solution? 13th International Sustainable Development Conference, University of Mälarden, Västerås, Sweden.
- H. Nash & A. Ross, 3rd April 2007, Can Multi-Level Governance Deliver Environmental Justice: A Study of the Implementation of Environmental Law in Post Devolution Scotland, Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Kent.
- H. Nash, 19th April, 2007, Workshop - Applied Research Methodologies and Ethics, Environmental Law and Management Residential Weekend, Gregynog, Powys.