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Redevelopment, revitalization, infill development, other policies and plans for the "city" proper


Bennett, Oliver (16.07.2011)
It's time to build up, not out: space-savvy homeowners are densifying neighbourhoods and changing the face of the urban extension. The Independent, July 15, 2011
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Martin, Ellen James (13.07.2011)
Some pointers for those who have ample funds to choose between an urban and suburban neighborhood when shopping for a retirement property. Inside Bay Area, July 10, 2011
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Monbiot, George (03.07.2011)
As the balance of the world's population tips from rural to urban, we need strict urban planning to keep cities from collapse. The Guardian, June 30, 2011
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Darlin, Damon (03.07.2011)
Offering tax breaks to big tech companies that relocate their offices to the city’s blighted neighborhoods not always works in terms of urban regeneration.The New York Times, July 3, 2011
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Law, Katie (29.06.2011)
Starting a family usually means a move from the metropolis to a more spacious place in the country. But for one couple, relocating to the capital was the natural choice when they had their daughter. The Independent, June 24, 2011
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Cark, Kevin P. (02.06.2011)
In a metro area faces public transportation and urban growth policies can make-or-break the region and turn it into a world class city, or a blighted bust. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 31, 2011
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Salveson, Paul (02.06.2011)
Community-run railway lines are thriving in rural and urban areas, sparking regeneration and neighbourhood gardens despite funding cuts. The Guardian, May 31, 2011
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Shah, Saeed (27.05.2011)
Plans are afoot to restore one-mile route through medieval walled old city around the Wazir Khan mosque as part of £7m conservation scheme. The Guardian, May 26, 2011
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Campbell, Robert (16.05.2011)
Greenway needs to be an urban center, with such things as a museum, meeting places, and various programmed activities.Boston Globe, May 15, 2011
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Gillet, Kit (16.05.2011)
More than 700,000 people, many of them ex-herders and their families forced out of nomadic life, now crowd thegerssprawling north of Ulan Bator. The Guardian, May 15, 2011
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Muers, Stephen (05.05.2011)
Across the country, regeneration projects changing city landscapes, creating new homes and revitalising communities. The Guardian, May 4, 2011
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Harris, Melissa (02.05.2011)
An entrepreneur fights to turn a crumbling 19th century estate in a rundown part of Chicago into a vineyard and winery. The Los Angeles Times, May 1, 2011
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Helmboldt, Jakob C. (25.04.2011)
More attention is being given to safe bicycling and walking options, but we have only recently begun to recognize that land-use and transportation are linked.The Virginian-Pilot, April 24, 2011
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Sherwood, Bob (22.04.2011)
Ashford is believed to be the first town to have tried the shared spaces concept on a 1km-long stretch of multi-lane ring road that still carries up to 10,000 vehicles a day.Financial Times, April 22, 2011
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Adler, Ben (22.04.2011)
A new book on the history of Brownstone Brooklyn, written from the point of view of one born and grown up there, busts the myths that lure gentrifiers in.American Prospect, April 16, 2011
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The Heygate estate in Walworth, which was the backdrop for the Michael Caine film Harry Brown, is being redeveloped. The Guardian, April 15, 2011
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Transforming urban landscapes can often result in actual shock for people used to consider the city from a traditional point of view. But when and how protect historic skylines? The Independent, April 16, 2011
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Yardley, William (11.04.2011)
A big tunnel, 1.7-mile long, running below downtown: a symbol whose fate will help shape not only this city but many others.The New York Times, April 9, 2011
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Conlin, Richard (11.04.2011)
In Seattle, cutting carbon while increasing quality of life.It's no small task: The City must reduce, the carbon footprint of everything from transportation to trash. Yes! April 2011
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Walker, Shaun (08.04.2011)
Roman Abramovich is a key backer of plans to transform Moscow's historic but rundown green space. The Independent, April 8, 2011
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