Neighbourhood Regeneration - From Integrated Development to Local Capital

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Abstract

The design and functioning of urban environments is difficult and complex, and because of the competitive nature of urban planning today, it often does not have the input required from a variety of disciplines, ranging from psychologists and sociologists to architects and planners.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDesigning Social Innovation. Planning, Building, Evaluating
Pages281-290
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Keywords

  • architectural design
  • urnaism
  • urban environments
  • urban planning

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    Romice, O. R. (2005). Neighbourhood Regeneration - From Integrated Development to Local Capital. In Designing Social Innovation. Planning, Building, Evaluating (pp. 281-290)