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Cities, economic competition, and urban policy / edited by Nick Oatley.
Contributor(s): Oatley, Nick.Material type: BookPublisher: London : Paul Chapman Publishing, c1998Description: xiii, 238 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781853963254 (paperback).Subject(s): Urban renewal -- Great Britain | Urban policy -- Great Britain | Land use, Urban -- Great Britain | Competition -- Great BritainDDC classification: 307.1216 CIT Online resources: Table of contents
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 218-234) and index.
Part One: Context
Cities, Economic Competition and Urban Policy - Nick Oatley
Transitions in Urban Policy - Nick Oatley
Explaining the Emergence of the `Challenge Fund' Model
Part Two: Creating Competitive Localities
Making Sameness - Ron Griffiths
Place Marketing and the New Urban Entrepreneurialism
Competition and Contracting in UK Local Government - Robin Hambleton
Partnership, Leadership and Competition in Urban Policy - Murray Stewart
Part Three: Competitive Bidding Initiatives
The Rules of the Game - Christine Lambert and Peter Malpass
Competition for Housing Investment
Catalyst for Change - Nick Oatley and Christine Lambert
The City Challenge
Rural Challenge and the Changing Culture of Rural Regeneration Policy - Jo Little, John Clements and Owain Jones
Restructuring Urban Policy - Nick Oatley
The Single Regeneration Budget and the Challenge Fund
City Vision and Strategic Regeneration - Gwyndaf Williams
The Role of City Pride
The National Lottery and Competitive Cities - Ron Griffiths
Part Four: Conclusion
Contemporary Urban Policy - Nick Oatley
Summary of Themes and Prospects.
This account of the realignment of English regeneration policy and practice since 1991, deals with the changing policy context and specific regeneration initiatives. It concludes with a summary of contemporary policy themes and an assessment of the Labour Government's policy proposals.