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Neighbourhood Regeneration - From Integrated Development to Local Capital

Romice, O.R. (2005) Neighbourhood Regeneration - From Integrated Development to Local Capital. In: Designing Social Innovation. Planning, Building, Evaluating. Hogrefe, pp. 281-290. ISBN 978-0-88937-291-7

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The design and functioning of urban environments is difficult and complex, and because of the competitive nature of urban planning today, it often does not have the input required from a variety of disciplines, ranging from psychologists and sociologists to architects and planners.