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Assessment methods and tools for regeneration of large urban distressed areas

@inproceedings{Kamierczak2009AssessmentMA,
  title={Assessment methods and tools for regeneration of large urban distressed areas},
  author={A. Kaźmierczak and S. Curwell and J. Turner},
  year={2009}
}
Large urban distressed areas (LUDAs) are present in many European cities where interlinked social, economic, and environmental decline occurs at a significant scale. LUDAs thus far have proved difficult to regenerate in a sustainable manner. The reasons for this have been recognised as: firstly, inappropriate use of ex-ante assessment in decision-making process and a limited spectrum of assessment methods and tools applied; and, secondly, inadequate knowledge about the situation in the… Expand
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