Neighbourhood Management & Renewal: a housing regeneration case study in the city of Liverpool.

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Growth during the 19th century’s industrial revolution was sustained in some areas but traces of urban decay that is also an accompanying result of industrialism and economic growth could no longer be denied in many cities. Regeneration’s immediate excuses include attraction of more visitors, more businesses, and more opportunities for growth, employment, as well as chance to improve existing natural environment, but the more obvious was to address social and built environment decay. In recent developments, the growing needs to address climate change, pollution, waste management and other global issues has many countries and their international organisations adopt sustainability schemes. This paper will proceed to indicate the adoption of housing regeneration in the city of Liverpool. Liverpool Liverpool is a city port in the United Kingdom which progressed immensely during the 19th century. It is a metropolitan borough of Merseyside, Liverpool became in 1974 a metropolitan borough, and previously a part of Lancashire, with a population of 435,500. It forms the centre of Liverpool Urban Area. It became a city in 1880 during the height of the West Indies trade. For its major role during the 19th century, Liverpool grew to become one of the top UK cities next only to London and there were times that it earned more than London. ...
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