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Changing contexts in urban regeneration : 30 years of modernisation in Rotterdam / Paul Stouten.Publisher: Amsterdam : Techne Press, c2010Description: 248 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789085940265 (paperback.) .Subject(s): Urban renewal -- Netherlands -- Rotterdam -- History -- 20th century | Urban renewal -- Netherlands -- Rotterdam -- History -- 21st century | Sustainable development -- Netherlands -- Rotterdam | Urban ecology (Sociology) -- Netherlands -- RotterdamDDC classification: 307.121609492 STO
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
[Pt.] 1. Introduction : from urban renewal to sustainable regeneration. Introduction -- Rotterdam : decades of measures to combat decay -- The policy debates and changing contexts -- The structure of this book -- [pt.] 2. The sustainable city : theoretical background. Introduction -- Urbanisation and sustainable development -- Sustainability and economic development -- Sustainability and social development -- Urban regeneration and housing provision -- Sustainable urban area development -- Conclusion -- [pt.] 3. History of urban renewal, urban regeneration and housing provision in the Netherlands. Introduction -- From slum clearance to urban regeneration -- Developments in Dutch social housing policy before 1990 -- Privatisation in the 1990s -- Conclusion -- [pt.] 4. Urban renewal and urban regeneration in the Dutch contexts. Introduction -- Urban regeneration and sustainable development -- Sustainability in a changing economic context -- Sustainability in a changing social context -- Housing provision from 'merit good' to privatised mode of consumption -- A changing context for sustainable neighbourhood development -- Conclusion -- [pt.] 5. Urban renewal and urban regeneration in Rotterdam. Introduction -- Evolution of urban renewal and housing policies -- Before 1974 : the case for urban renewal -- 1974-1993 -- Reflections on the 'building for the neighbourhood' period -- From the 1990s onwards : urban regeneration -- Conclusion -- [pt.] 6. Development of the physical qualities of housing and the residential environment in Rotterdam's Oude Noorden area. Introduction -- The quality of the Oude Noorden area before urban renewal -- Changes in quality in the Oude Noorden area produced by urban renewal 1975-1993 -- The results of urban renewal -- From the 1990s onwards : urban regeneration -- Conclusion -- [pt.] 7. The Oude Noorden area : social and economic aspects. Introduction -- Developments in the compositions of the population before urban renewal -- Social structure objectives of urban renewal -- Housing allocation -- Realisation of population objectives -- From the 1990s onwards : urban regeneration -- Conclusion -- [pt.] 8. Features of sustainable urban renewal and neighbourhood development. Introduction -- Criteria for sustainable urban renewal -- Assessment of the urban fabric and urban design -- Avoiding exclusion : confidence in the neighbourhood -- Socio-economic prospects -- Added economic values -- Urban planning : strategic area approach -- Conclusion -- [pt.] 9. Sustainable urban renewal. Introduction -- Changing contexts -- Strategic planning -- Perspectives on sustainable development.
Changing Contexts in Urban Regeneration shows that urban renewal should take an integrated approach to the physical, environmental, social and economic programmes, based on fundamental solutions that stand the test of time. Changing Contexts in Urban Regeneration presents a comprehensive overview of relevant theory, next, it evaluates the urban renewal plans carried out over the last 30 years.