Title:Cities in Transition: The Regeneration of Britain's Inner Cities
An exploration of the recent rebirth of Britain's major cities. Examining problems, policies and programmes for regeneration, it presents an overview of what is going on in the inner cities today - public enterprise, private initiative and individual determination. From London's Canary Wharf, the biggest development of its kind in Europe, to the residents of Weller Street, Liverpool, who formed a Housing Cooperative to build their own homes as they wanted them, countless examples nationwide tell a story of public enterprise, private initiative and individual determination; of achievement, lessons learned and hope. But much work remains to be done and Michael Middleton discusses the difficulties that need to be addressed in the future. The author also wrote "Man Made the Town".
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