British Urban Regeneration Association

The British Urban Regeneration Association identifies and promotes best practice in regeneration.

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Series details Title Year Status
Breaking old ground - BURA guide to contaminated land assessment and development 2001 Red
BURA guide to best practice in sport and regeneration 2003 Red
Delivering in the growth areas - overcoming the barriers to regeneration 2005 Red
Learning from experience - the BURA guide to achieving effective and lasting regeneration. 1st edition 2002 Red
Local government, new localism and the delivery of regeneration 2006 Red
Modern methods of construction - evolution or revolution? 2005 Amber
Towards a national strategy for regeneration 2006 Red

 

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