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Regeneration

Regenerating Local Authority Housing Estates: Review of Policy and Practice (2006)

The paper draws on the international literature, which points to the need for much regeneration work to be multi-faceted.
The clear conclusion from the paper is that design, housing management and social and economic elements often
need to be addressed simultaneously if regeneration projects are to be successful in the long run. Current policy and funding arrangements in this country may inhibit therequired multi-dimensional response. The value of giving more emphasis to identifying the sources of problems on estates and responding promptly to prevent their escalation is also stressed. Different approaches to project implementation are examined by way of three case studies.

Regenerating Local Authority Housing Estates: Review of Policy and Practice_2006 [PDF 3.4mb]

Good Practice in Housing Management:Regenerating Estates, Rebuilding Vibrant Communities (2006)

These Good Practice Guidelines on Estate Regeneration were prepared in 2006 in response to the growing recognition of the important role that good quality environments play in improving the quality of life of local authority tenants.

Good Practice in Housing Management:Regenerating Estates, Rebuilding Vibrant Communities (2006) [PDF 2.7mb]

 

Sustainable Development - A Strategy for Ireland (1997)

The Department of the Environment produced this strategy document in 1997 about sustainable development.

Sustainable Development – A Strategy for Ireland - DoEHLG (1997) [PDF 1.8mb]