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Constraints and conflicts in urban redevelopment
|Statement||by R. F. Imrie and H. Thomas.|
|Series||Working paper / Oxford Polytechnic, School of Planning -- no.137|
|Contributions||Thomas, Huw, 1954-, Oxford Polytechnic. School of Planning.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
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doi: /Cited by: 2. Urban redevelopment occurred not only in inner urban neighborhoods but also in newly emerged informal settlements converted from rural villages in peri-urban areas (He et al.
; Tian ). Urban redevelopment is a way to eliminate informality through state-initiated projects (F. Wu, Zhang, and Webster ).Cited by: Urban Renewal and Redevelopment The built environment deteriorates with the passage of time and the stresses of use and neglect.
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cities took their modern shape amid clashing visions of the future. In this pathbreaking and richly illustrated book, Alison Isenberg shifts the focus from architects and city planners―those most often hailed in histories of Cited by: 2.
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The fundamental tools of a redevelopment agency include the authority to acquire real property. Designing San Francisco is the untold story of the formative postwar decades when U.S. cities took their modern shape amid clashing visions of the future.
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