Urban Regeneration in Australia

Urban Regeneration in Australia
Routledge | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1472471636 | 398 Pages | PDF | 4.36 MB
by Kristian Ruming (Editor)
Drawing together leading urban academics, this book provides the first detailed and cohesive exploration of contemporary urban regeneration in Australian cities. It explores the multiple aspects and processes of regeneration, including planning policy (strategic and regulatory), development financing, sustainability, remediation and transport.
The book puts forward a unique and innovative ‘scaled’ analysis of urban regeneration, which positions urban regeneration as more than just large-scale redevelopment projects. It examines the processes of urban change which occur outside inner suburbs, which contribute to regenerating the city as a whole. The book moves beyond the planning and economic considerations of the regeneration process to describe the social and cultural aspects of regeneration. In doing so, it focuses on the management of higher-density environments, culture as a trigger for regeneration, and community opposition to the regeneration process.
Urban Regeneration in Australia would benefit academics, students and professionals of urban geography and planning, as well as those with a particular interest in Australian urbanism
About the Author
Kristian Ruming is Associate Professor of Urban Geography at the Department of Geography and Planning, Macquarie University, Australia. His main research interests include urban regeneration and renewal, affordable and social-housing provision, urban governance, strategic planning, and planning system reform. Before joining Macquarie University, he was a research fellow at the City Future Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia.
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