The nature of partnership in urban renewal in Paris and London

Nelson, S. 2001. The nature of partnership in urban renewal in Paris and London. European Planning Studies. 9 (4), pp. 483-502.

TitleThe nature of partnership in urban renewal in Paris and London
AuthorsNelson, S.
Abstract

This article reviews the growing body of European literature exploring the nature of contemporary partnerships. Some common themes emerge, but there also appear to be differences in the way partnership is viewed in different national contexts. The paper then describes the relationships between organizations involved in the process of redevelopment of an area of Paris and an area of London. These relationships are examined using the conceptions of partnership identified in the literature. The paper concludes by identifying some features of partnership which may be common to different national contexts and some which may vary according to context.

JournalEuropean Planning Studies
Journal citation9 (4), pp. 483-502
ISSN0965-4313
YearJun 2001
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1080/09654310120049862
Publication dates
PublishedJun 2001

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