Urban Problems since 1979: The Conservative Approach
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The state of Britain’s cities in 1979 and the nature of urban problems as they evolved during the 1980s.
The key themes which the Conservatives stressed in their attempt to translate theory into the practice of urban regeneration. In particular we will be concerned with how a ‘free-market’ approach affected the definition of urban regeneration and led to the prioritorisation of urban economic regeneration and the domination of a strategy of property-led regeneration.
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