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Regeneration
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Regeneration, a novel published in 1991 by Pat Barker is attributed to the author’s inspiration derived from the studies and experiments with nerve regeneration by Dr. W.H.R. Rivers whose writings were fully known to Barker’s husband. To different characters in the novel,… To the poetic Siegfried Sassoon, regeneration was implied at the point he had…
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Regeneration
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The policies such as “Urban Renaissance”, “Urban Regeneration” and “Urban Sustainability” can be firmly related to the endeavour of government towards promoting gentrification process. For example, the regeneration of London Docklands in the Docklands Borough can be… four major criteria which included, ‘increasing the demand for local labour’, ‘reducing local…
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Municipal regeneration
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The main tasks of this paper is to explain the most important apprehensions of government to construct squares in the city, the ‘land use’ concerns of buildings, the handling on the squares, in addition to the view of squares by consumers. … This paper focuses upon municipal regeneration that has been an enduring subject within global history, from the most…
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Regeneration Policy
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Spatial planning can be defined as "the methods used by the public sector to influence the distribution of people and activities in spaces of various scales. Spatial planning includes all levels of land use planning including urban planning, regional planning, environmental planning, national spatial plans and in the European Union international levels" (Barker, 2006).…
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Urban Regeneration
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Urban landscape has been undergoing rapid transformation in the UK. Industrialization and commercialization of businesses accompanied by new construction techniques and materials have changed the way our buildings were built and the way they formed an implicit part of our urbanization.… Thus the quest for more urban space itself is responsible for disturbing…
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Urban Regeneration Partnerships
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Urban Regeneration can be defined as the comprehensive and integrated visions and actions which lead to the solution of urban problems and which seek to bring about a lasting improvement in the areas of social, economic, physical and environmental condition.… These partnerships can be explained as the sustained working joint ventures between these agencies…
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Pat Barker's novel Regeneration
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Topic: Pat Barker’s novel Regeneration Order#: 519819 Topic: Pat Barker’s novel Regeneration The objective of an ideal medical practitioner, who is true to his profession, is to reform and rehabilitate his patient. Assist in recouping one’s physical and mental health.… He has a cause for the fight, the heart for the fight, the will, grit and determination for…
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Urban Regeneration and Development
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It conveys modern subsistence that previously ramshackle spheres, revamping, structural edifices, structures as well as constructed environment, and… ject incorporates two central themes; the foremost illustrate the central facades of urban regeneration evaluating its procedure at the former Manchester football stadium. It is on record that many cities in the…
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Irish Urban Regeneration
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With the industrialisation that has occurred in all over the world has come the widespread migration to cities, which are now crowded, contaminated, and in many cases and places dilapidated. The principal city in the Republic of Ireland is Dublin, and its suburbs are characterised by the segregation of land usage.… 8). The evolution of the city saw and…
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Landscape regeneration project Essay
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THE ATHENS URBAN REGENERATION PROJECT The northwestern region of Athens is undergoing powerful urban changes. As in other big cities, the economic and territorial restructuring also entailed deep social changes. The real estate industry in this area is picking up.… The broader objective of the urban regeneration project was to change people's attitudes towards…
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Landscape regeneration project
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Cities never stay still; they are always changing, consciously or unconsciously trying to be something else. Cities are places where people strive to overcome the negative effects of past and current circumstances and struggle to create meaning, joy and hope in the place that history has located them (Lancaster, 1995, p.… Landscapes are usually taken for…
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Housing Regeneration Sociology Essay
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Housing Regeneration Understanding Society: Are Chavs Really What They Appeared to Be Introduction Obelkevich and Catterall write that “society is not just a lump of clay to be given shape by the master hand of the policy maker” (1994, p.7), but an interests- and forces-brimmed whole, with a life and will of its own, which might just as well resist or deflect state policies aimed at influencing and changing the very same society.…
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Sustainability in Urban Regeneration
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The local authority (please Specify your local authority. e.g. Municipal Committee, Town Committee has decided to remove to clear the large slum area owned by it to develop a Court hall, a super specialty Medical Hospital and a Stadium. As towns are growing at a high pace and changing their form in cities, causing attention or need towards care of health.…
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Museums are Catalysts for Regeneration
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A Museum is defined as a nonprofit institution that collects, preserves and exhibits objects, natural or manmade and of artistic, scientific and historical value for cultural, aesthetic and educational purposes (Alexander 2008, p.2) The instinct for collecting, preserving and displaying objects were first noted in ancient Egypt when the tombs of the Pharaohs were found to be bedecked with objects of religious and utilitarian nature which the Pharaohs believed they needed in the afterlife.…
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Museums are catalysts for regeneration
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As defined by the International Council of Museums (Retrieved on Aug. 10, 2008), a museum is “a permanent institution in the service of society and its development, which acquires, conserves, communicates, researches,… They are able to connect the past with the present, serve as reminders of a historic past, and provide a link between the old generation and…
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Museums are catalysts for regeneration
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Museums are catalyst for cultural landscape regeneration. As defined by the International Council of Museums (Retrieved on Aug. 10, 2008), a museum is "a permanent institution in the service of society and its development, which acquires, conserves, communicates, researches, and exhibits the tangible and intangible heritage of humanity and its environment for the purposes of education, study, and enjoyment." Museums are institutions that collect and safeguard artifacts and specimens while at the same time making them accessible and be held in trust for society (Bennett 1995).…
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Urban Regeneration: Sprinningfields in Manchester
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Urban Regeneration: Spinningfields in Manchester The Spinningfields is considered to be one of the major transformations in the wider Manchester area. The project is a dynamic business center that was designed by the world class architects, Foster and Partners.… 1.5 billion and would also create over 30,000 jobs. Another key aim of the Spinningfield project…
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Migration, Globalisation and Urban Regeneration
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Clients Name Name of Professor Name of Class Date Migration, Globalization, and Urban Regeneration Effects of Migration on Cities The effect of migration into cities provides a interaction of how both the city and the migrants are affected. According to Mascie-Taylor, those who migrate from a rural environment to an urban environment tend to be “better educated, of higher socio-economic status, younger, and less traditional in cultural values than urban sedentes” (117).…
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Urban Regeneration Practice: 'Eco-City'
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Urban Regeneration Practice: 'Eco-City' During the 1980s and the 1990s, the term ‘ecocity’ remained as a concept pertaining to ideas of sustainable urban planning, transportation, housing, public participation and social justice.… The term ‘ecocity’ builds on the dynamics and interdependence of ecological and economic sustainability and their key ability to…
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Central Government Urban Regeneration Policies
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Consecutive attempts were launched to regenerate the cities of Great Britain, however the outcome of these attempts have been failure. It is evident that the bridge between the struggling and affluent cities has become shallow. Several contributing factors have been identified inclusive of rising geographical inequality.… failure of retention schemes…
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Role of Local Authorities in Urban Regeneration
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Urban regeneration has become extremely important in cities as various external changes are taking place. While many think it is sometimes a partial and insensitive process, if done properly, it brings more renovation than destruction. … While urban re-generation is seen as an agent for economic change and reform by many, several also consider it as means of…
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Urban Regeneration in the East of Manchester
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Urban Regeneration in the East of Manchester The nature of urban regeneration in East Manchester and the scale at which it is currently in progress qualify it as one of the most complex and challenging projects ever undertaken in the UK.… Introduction According to Cochrane (2006), urban regeneration is an important precondition for restructuring a local…
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Marketing plan of Aberdeen Beach Regeneration
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[ABERDEEN BEACH REGENERATION MARKETING PLAN] (Name) (Instructor/Tutor) (Course/Subject) (Institution/ University) (City, State) (Date) Contents Executive Summary 3 This paper carries out a background analysis to provide assumptions for a market plan for the regeneration of Aberdeen Beach.… 3 1.0: Background Analysis and Assumptions 4 1.1: Background Analysis 4…
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Research on two large regeneration schemes in London and one regeneration in Slough town centre, Berkshire
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Over time different regeneration projects have been going in the UK to improve the specific areas and make the areas provide better services than before. The major regeneration projects that will be discussed are the Greenwich peninsula regeneration scheme and the Elephant and… (Greenwich council, 2007) The plain to project to regenerate the Greenwich…
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Central Government Urban Regeneration Policies Essay
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By 1981, Docklands was faced with a multitude of regeneration challenges. For one, a lot of jobs were lost only after a short period of time. In fact, over 12,000 jobs are reported to have been lost for the period between 1978 and 1983 (Brownill 1990). In addition, many of the city dwellers were only in possession of blue collar jobs skills, and this was deemed as being inadequate to foster the rapid growth in the economy of London.…
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