Creating and sustaining mixed income communities: a good practice guide

Bailey, Nick, Haworth, A., Manzi, T., Paranagamage, P. and Roberts, M. 2006. Creating and sustaining mixed income communities: a good practice guide. Chartered Institute of Housing/Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

TitleCreating and sustaining mixed income communities: a good practice guide
AuthorsBailey, Nick, Haworth, A., Manzi, T., Paranagamage, P. and Roberts, M.
Abstract

A comprehensive guide to planning and consultation issues around mixed income communities.

This guide explores how to create attractive and well-managed places that meet the needs of all sections of the community. Drawing on the latest research, and featuring nine case study areas, it includes detailed guidance on:

developing a strategy and negotiating the planning process;

good practice in masterplanning, design, layout and long-term financial viability;

how stakeholders can collaborate effectively and ensure that local residents are fully involved at all stages;

how barriers to the development of sustainable communities might be overcome.

The guide explores all types of mixed income communities, from the diversification of single-tenure inner-city estates to greenfield development on the urban fringe.

Year2006
PublisherChartered Institute of Housing/Joseph Rowntree Foundation
ISBN1905018193
Web address (URL)http://www.jrf.org.uk/bookshop/details.asp?pubID=795

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