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Reviewing and developing the Scottish regeneration scene ‘Innovation or institutional clutter?’ Greg Lloyd. Scottish Urban Regeneration Forum Annual Conference 2006 Dundee March 10, 2006. To review the emerging development of urban regeneration in Scotland.

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Reviewing and developing the Scottish regeneration scene

‘Innovation or institutional clutter?’

Greg Lloyd

Scottish Urban Regeneration Forum Annual Conference 2006

Dundee

March 10, 2006


Overview

To review the emerging development of urban regeneration in Scotland.

To identify what represents innovation or institutional clutter.

To consider a way forward.

Overview


The urban challenge degeneration regeneration and connectivity
The urban challenge – Scotland.degeneration, regeneration and connectivity

  • History, culture and identity of urban change and development.

  • Devolution and new spatial economic agendas.

  • Scalar relative economic performances – between and within urban areas.

  • Differential institutional arrangements & infrastructure deficits – ‘planning backwards’.

  • ‘Pariah’ urban change – growth, decline and ‘trickle down’.


Third way modernisation

Egan Review 2003 Scotland.

Lyons Review 2004

Gershon Review 2004

Barker Report 2005

Hampton Review 2005

Arculus Report 2005

Audit Commission 2006

Third Way modernisation


Parallel ideas the congested state

Evidence Scotland.

Cities Review 2001

Political

Partnership Agreement 2003

Policy

Framework of Economic Development in Scotland 2004

Smart Successful Scotland 2004

Modernising Planning White Paper 2005

Planning etc (Scotland) Bill 2006

Infrastructure Statement 2005

City regions

Community planning

Regeneration statement 2006

Parallel ideas: The congested state?


Towards the organic state

Scalar tensions – space versus place Scotland.

Strategic versus local

Territory versus theme

Efficiency versus inclusion

Integration versus fragmentation

Voluntarism versus contractualisation

Towards the organic state?


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