Regeneration beyond austerity: A collective viewpoint

Lee Pugalis, Joyce Liddle, Iain Deas, Nick Bailey, Madeleine Pill, Charles Green, Carl Pearson, Alan Reeve, Robert Shipley, Jonathan Manns, Scott Dickinson, Phil Joyce, David Marlow, Imelda Havers, Mike Rowe, Alan Southern, Nicola Headlam, Leonie Janssen-Jansen, Greg Lloyd, Jennifer DoyleClare Cummings, David McGuinness, Kevin Broughton, Nigel Berkeley, David Jarvis

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    This collective viewpoint concludes the special issue investigating austerity era regeneration by weaving different threads from each published article together with further insights. It is a collaborative effort — a synthesis of some diverse views and opinions — that seeks to extract some key themes, trends and possibilities relating to regeneration beyond austerity. Despite some significant concerns, the broader ‘regeneration project’ continues in distinct ways and at different paces. Through this paper, the authors attempt to stimulate debate concerning the evolution and recasting of regeneration over future years. It is hoped that this may lay some of the foundations for a new, more positive and progressive regeneration narrative, grounded in micro-practices and the particularities of place.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)188-197
    Number of pages10
    JournalJournal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2014


    • Austerity
    • Brokerage
    • Leadership
    • Partnership working
    • Regeneration

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Urban Studies


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