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Communities in Action. The Handbook

Romice, O.R. and Frey, H.W. (2003) Communities in Action. The Handbook. Scottish Arts Council. ISBN 0-9542926-5-0

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Focuses on ways to enable and improve the practice of participatory design, urban design and neighbourhood regeneration.