Integrated urban renewal in The Netherlands: a critical appraisal

@article{Musterd2008IntegratedUR,
  title={Integrated urban renewal in The Netherlands: a critical appraisal},
  author={Sako Musterd and W. J. M. Ostendorf},
  journal={Urban Research \& Practice},
  year={2008},
  volume={1},
  pages={78 - 92}
}
Urban renewal policies in The Netherlands already have a long history, which is characterised by varying attention for either smaller-scale (neighbourhood) or larger-scale (city) issues, and for either physical, social or economic questions. These variations run parallel with more general discourses on urban dynamics and perceptions of processes in (urban) society at large. In this paper the recent history of urban renewal policies will be briefly sketched, including their main orientations… 

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