Neighbourhood Policy and Programmes: Past and Present
This volume, comprised of contributions by urban planners and social scientists sets forth accumulated experience directed at improving the quality of life in cities through neighbourhood programmes. Policy issues, housing programmes and job development plans, along with organizational innovations aimed at redistribution of power, are described and evaluated.
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Conceptual Issues in Neighborhood Decline
Neighborhood Housing Renewal in Britain
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