Industrial Property: Policy and Economic Development

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Rick Ball, Andy C. Pratt
Routledge, Jan 12, 2018 - Business & Economics - 220 pages

This volume, first published in 1994, is the first collection of original research on the relationships between industrial property and economic development. The contributors, all specialists in their field, highlight the emerging conflicts between the users and the providers of industrial premises; conflicts that may undermine economic potential. The need for flexibility in the use and provision of industrial premises is explored in three contexts: the transformation of the urban fringe; the development of hi-tech premises; and the redevelopment of old or derelict premises.

 

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Contents

List of figures
Information sources for noncommercial research on industrial
The funding of developments on derelict and contaminated sites
the recommodification of land for new uses on
High technology firms and the property market
the local state and the property development
vacant industrial premises and the local

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