2 edition of economic development of older industrial areas found in the catalog.
economic development of older industrial areas
J. B. Goddard
by Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne in Newcastle upon Tyne
Written in English
|Series||Discussion papers / Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne -- no.53|
Local planners have often neglected their industrial resources and are therefore jeopardizing their economic base. There is clearly a mismatch between land zoned for industry and that which is suitable for development. Older areas are constrained by issues of compatibility, access, and environmental and flood plain issues. Greenfield sites are constrained by physical site Cited by: 4. Chapter 4: CoMMunity EconoMic DevelopMent and CoMMunity Change | Page access to resources—as well as improvements in economic conditions or the general business climate. Progress has been made in some areas,13 but to evalu-ate fully the kinds of effects described here, additional nontraditional measures.
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