Approaches to Regeneration

Planning in the capital is at a watershed. Development has become almost entirely market-driven and the government’s localism agenda now requires that local authorities take a back seat. Does this leave a role for inclusive regeneration strategies led by the public sector? Peter Bishop thinks so. He illustrates his argument with the work of Design for London and the London Borough of Newham at the Royal Docks in East London.

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