Sustainable brownfield regeneration: liveable places from problem spaces

Publication Year
2002

Document Status
Red 
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Abstract

Brownfield regeneration has become a major policy driver in the UK and other developed countries. Assesses the effectiveness of different types of regeneration policy by identifying best practice, and examines ways in which science and social science research disciplines can be brought together to help solve brownfield regeneration issues.


Author

Tim Dixon, David Lerner, Mike Raco (Editors)


ISBN

1405144033


Publisher Information

Blackwell Publishing Ltd

Blackwell is an imprint of Wiley Publishing, specialising in academic, medical and professional subjects.

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