Business Improvement Districts, Planning and Urban Regeneration

@article{Lloyd2003BusinessID,
  title={Business Improvement Districts, Planning and Urban Regeneration},
  author={M. Lloyd and J. McCarthy and S. Mcgreal and J. Berry},
  journal={International Planning Studies},
  year={2003},
  volume={8},
  pages={295 - 321}
}
Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) have been widely adopted in the USA as a means of bringing about enhanced service provision and broader regeneration impacts, and interest is now turning to the use of such mechanisms in the UK. However, the fundamental differences between the administrative and social contexts of the USA and the UK mean that BIDs would have to be significantly adapted for application in the UK. Moreover, research conducted by the authors, using case studies of BIDs in Los… Expand
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