Birmingham: Partnership and Community

  • Brian Jacobs


This chapter covers local economic development and urban regeneration in Birmingham from research conducted between early 1996 and September 1998. The focus is on citywide strategies and public-private partnerships that involve local community groups. It shows the constant revision and development of strategy in a city with many interrelated partnerships and policy initiatives. The attempts to coordinate initiatives have continued under both Conservative and Labour governments giving an impression of endless policy change, strategic reassessment and programme reorganisation.


Urban Regeneration City Council Development Corporation Local Economic Development Local Programme 
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© Brian Jacobs 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  • Brian Jacobs
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  1. 1.School of HealthStaffordshire UniversityUK

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