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A Guidebook for Riverside Regeneration Artery - Transforming Riversides for the Future

Edited By: F Bothmann, R Kerndlmaier, A Koffeman, K Mandel and S Wallbank
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
A Guidebook for Riverside Regeneration
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Artery is an initiative on a European scale, funded by the INTERREG IIIB NWE programme, which puts riverside restoration and regeneration at the heart of regional strategies, helping communities across Europe `turn back to face the water'. In this book the implemented strategies will be discussed, including public-private-partnership, public participation, awareness programs and regional development strategies.

The book functions as a guide to facilitate similar future projects in other regions. The valuable experience and methods of trans-national cooperation should be made available to other developers, regional planners, project managers and politicians.

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Edited By: F Bothmann, R Kerndlmaier, A Koffeman, K Mandel and S Wallbank
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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