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2012

If you don’t like capitalism and don’t like socialism, what do you want? 16th March 2012, by neilmcinroy, [1]

2011

Regeneration or Degeneration?

Regeneration: what the MPs got right, and what they missed, Julian Dobson, November 3 [2]


Totnes, Devon

Resilience is the new regeneration, Toby Blume, May 17 [3]


Thames sunset

Regeneration will be community-led now. So what's the problem? Julian Dobson, February 2[4]

2010

Thames sunset

Ten things we didn't learn about regeneration, Julian Dobson, October 24 [5]


Thames sunset

Regeneration: your starter for ten. Time to think differently, February 10 [6]


  • Learning? That's so 2007! We can, you can: lessons in regeneration, February 7 [7]
  • It’s the end of regeneration as we know it, and we need new ways to feel fine, Julian Dobson, 02.02.2010 [8]

2009

  • The Department of Ignorance, December 8 [9]
  • Seaside art leaves locals beached, October 7 [10] topic
  • Aspirational policies mean nothing unless they address the forces of impoverishment, June 8 [11]
  • The government's new regeneration framework - spot the difference, May 12 [12]
  • However smart the gag, it will fall flat if you miscue the punchline, NewStart comment, February 27 [13]
  • Use planning to deliver legacies of jobs and skills, urge All Party Urban Development Group, January 19 [14]

2007

  • Regional review risks undermining democracy and sustainability, July 17 [15] topic


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2011

Thames sunset

Government announces "local powers to boost community-led regeneration", 31 January [16]

2009

  • Albert Basin and Elephant and Castle, (London), selected for newly launched climate positive development program, May 19 [17] topic
  • High streets across the country risk becoming ‘ghost towns’, LGA, February 28 [18] 85% of councils are reporting an increase in empty properties in town centres. The LGA is calling for new powers to allow town halls to transform empty shops on a temporary basis during the recession. Shops that are currently standing empty could be used as training centres, libraries, bring-and-buy sales or youth clubs. The new powers would be a temporary measure for councils to use only during the recession. topic

2008

2007

  • Government launches review of regional and local economic development and regeneration, July 17 [21] topic
  • Government announces proposals for 'Communities England', a new agency to deliver regeneration and housing, January 17

2006

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References

  1. cles.org.uk, 16th March 2012
  2. urbanpollinators.co.uk, November 3, 2011
  3. tobyblume.posterous.com, May 17, 2011
  4. Julian Dobson, February 2, 2011
  5. livingwithrats, October 24, 2010
  6. Living with rats, February 10, 2010
  7. living with rats, February 7, 2010
  8. New Start, 02.02.2010
  9. Living with rats, December 8, 2009
  10. New Start, October 7, 2009
  11. New Start editorial, June 8, 2009
  12. Living with Rats, May 12, 2009
  13. NewStart comment, February 27 2009
  14. All Party Urban Development Group Press Releases, January 19 2009
  15. Campaign to Protect Rural England, July 17
  16. communities.gov.uk, 31 January 2011
  17. Greater London Authority, May 19, 2009
  18. Local Government Association, February 28 2009
  19. Communities and Local Government, July 17
  20. Communities and Local Government, May 7
  21. Communities and Local Government, July 17

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