A framework for regeneration: more questions than answers

Lee Pugalis

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Abstract

A recent consultation report from the Department of Communities and Local Government which goes by the rhetorical title of, Transforming places; changing lives A framework for regeneration, goes some way to laying the groundwork for proposals first set out in the Review of Sub-National Economic Development and Regeneration (SNR). The framework proclaims to set out ‘an ambitious package of proposals – for consultation – that aim to shape the way that regeneration is carried out in future in England’. Yet upon reading the report’s 159 pages one is left with a strange feeling of déjà vu. This is followed by a suspicion that much of what Government are suggesting is already a done deal; with many economic development officers and policy-makers already busy working on the package of proposals. I shall briefly summarise the key measures of the framework before questioning the timing of this consultation in light of the determination of regional funding allocations. Pugalis, L. (2008) 'A framework for regeneration: more questions than answers', The Journal of the Institution of Economic Development, (106), pp. 7.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)7-7
JournalJournal of the Institution of Economic Development
Volume106
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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