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Financial arrangements regenerated : a research conducted to the establishment of financial arrangements between municipality and social housing associations in urban regeneration

Reuser, R. (2009) Financial arrangements regenerated : a research conducted to the establishment of financial arrangements between municipality and social housing associations in urban regeneration.

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Abstract:After the Second World War, the Dutch Government faced the task of rebuilding the Netherlands. Directly when peace returned the government started to resolve the huge houses shortage [VROM, 2009], [van der Cammen & de Klerk, 2003, p.163]. This led most of the time to straightforward house complexes without much quality [Brouwer, 2006, p.1]. In 1962, after just 15 years, the millionth house was produced [van der Cammen & de Klerk, 2003, p.192]. The rebuilding task had asked so much attention of the predecessor of the ministry of public housing, spatial planning and environment, that they lacked attention to spatial planning. From the sixties they increased their attention to the spatial planning by introducing five white papers in the past fifty years. Initially specifically influencing the expansion areas, the focus of spatial planning more and more included redevelopment of inner-city areas. The redevelopment policy of inner-city evolved over the years till what now is called “urban regeneration”. In this chapter an overview of these developments is given as an introduction to the main subject of this research: inner-city regeneration. The importance and difficulty of the regeneration task will become clear in next two sections. In the last section an overview is given about the different chapters describing this research
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Clients:
Metrum gebiedsontwikkeling/vastgoedeconomie
Faculty:ET: Engineering Technology
Subject:56 civil engineering
Programme:Civil Engineering and Management MSc (60026)
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