Guidance on Urban Rehabilitation
Council of Europe, 2004 - Architecture - 146 pages
The concept of urban rehabilitation encompasses sustainable economic and social aspects of regeneration strategies, as well as highlighting heritage issues and cultural diversity. This publication sets out guidelines to assist local, regional and national authorities in devising strategies for local development and action plans for successful rehabilitation policies. This book is based on Council of Europe reference texts relating to the integrated conservation of heritage, social cohesion and human rights, and draws on the experiences and best practice in local development strategies and urban conservation.
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