It is generally recognised that past interventions to combat area-based deprivation have proven to be far too piece-meal, lacking the integrity which is needed for cities to tackle the poverty and social exclusion experienced by large urban distressed areas (LUDAs). This paper breaks with this tradition and offers a strategic framework, protocol and set of assessment methods to sustain the regeneration of LUDAs. How this set of tools can be used to combat area-based deprivation, tackle poverty and social exclusion is presented under the title of: a community-based approach to sustainable urban regeneration and serves to outline the findings of the LUDA project.
|Keywords:||Large Urban Distressed Areas, Sustainable Urban Regeneration, Community, Deprivation, Poverty, Social Exclusion, Integrative Strategy, Framework, Protocols, Assessment Methods, Decision Support System, Neighbourhood, District|
Director of Centre for Learning Communities, Napier University, Edinburgh, Lothian, UK
Director, Lifelong Learning, Napier University, Edinburgh, Lothian, UK
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