Critical Success Factors in Urban Brownfield Regeneration: An Analysis of ‘Hardcore’ Sites in Manchester and Osaka during the Economic Recession (2009–10):

@inproceedings{Dixon2011CriticalSF,
  title={Critical Success Factors in Urban Brownfield Regeneration: An Analysis of ‘Hardcore’ Sites in Manchester and Osaka during the Economic Recession (2009–10):},
  author={Tim Dixon and Noriko Otsuka and Hirokazu Abe},
  year={2011}
}
Hardcore, or long-term derelict and vacant brownfield sites which are often contaminated, form a significant proportion of brownfield land in many cities, not only in the UK but also in other countries. The recent economic recession has placed the economic viability of such sites in jeopardy. This paper compares the approaches for bringing back hardcore brownfield sites into use in England and Japan by focusing on ten case studies in Manchester and Osaka, using an ‘agency’-based framework. The… CONTINUE READING

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