Since the beginning of 1950s in last century, urban development conception in western countries has changed 5 times so far from urban reconstruction in 1950s to urban revitalization in 1960s, urban renewal in 1970s, urban redevelopment in 1980s, urban regeneration in 1990s.
It is reasonable to believe that all the large cities in the whole country will unavoidably march on the road of regeneration in 21st century, so far as the urban regeneration is an intension and quality oriented policy to take.
The essay refers to three case studies to introduce the strategy of urban regeneration in Manchester, and discusses the meanings of refurbishment and extension, space reutilization and material exertion under the process of urban regeneration and architectural design.
The European Commission (EC) rests a sustainable future for Europe (1990) on the twin pillars of urban compactness and urban regeneration.
Understandings of urban regeneration, heritage and environmental justice at constitution hill, Johannesburg
The public sector's more relaxed attitude coupled with a top-down executive-led polity mean that Hong Kong will probably have a long way to go toward sustainable urban regeneration.
Quality of Life Perceptions and Directions for Urban Regeneration in Hong Kong
The decentralization of urban regeneration policies from central to local government involves more than just decentralizing the budget, as local government also needs sufficient capacity to pursue these policies.