Partnership, Collaborative Planning and Urban Regeneration
Approaches to urban regeneration have changed dramatically throughout Europe and the USA over recent decades. This engaging book provides critical consideration of such theories in terms of their application to practice and suggests ways in which the practice of urban regeneration can be improved in terms of inclusion, equity and sustainability.
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achieved addition aims approach to regeneration area-based authorities beneﬁts Blackness Project broader Cambridge Policy Consultants Central Waterfront Chapter City Vision city-region city’s co-ordination community planning Community Regeneration Fund context cultural deﬁned deprivation disadvantage Dobson Chapman Plan Dundee City Council Dundee Contemporary Arts Dundee District Council Dundee Partnership Dundee Project Dundee’s economic development effective emphasis employment England English Partnerships environment ﬁrst framework global groups Hill and Barlow identiﬁed important increasing indicated industrial inner city instance integration investment involved issues McCarthy Moreover neighbourhoods overall particular partners Policy Consultants 1999 population priorities private sector problems processes property-led public sector reﬂects regeneration activity regeneration initiatives role Scotland Scottish Development Agency Scottish Enterprise Scottish Executive Scottish Ofﬁce signiﬁcant signiﬁcantly SIPs Social Inclusion Partnerships spatial spatial planning speciﬁc targeting Tay Valley Plan urban decline urban policy Urban Programme urban regeneration policy Whitﬁeld Partnership