Partnerships in Urban Planning

Author: Nabeel Hamdi

Publisher: Intermediate Technology

ISBN: UOM:39015060784322

Category: Social Science

Page: 55

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Accompanying CD-ROM contains ... "reviews of the literature and state of the art of participatory urban planning; case study reports; projects reports and the international workshop report; ... [and] an interactive version of the 'introduction' to the publication as well as an interactive 'introduction and summary' of the contents."--Page 3 of cover.
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University community Partnerships

Author: United States. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Office of University Partnerships

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39076001763064

Category: Community and college

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Partnerships in Urban Property Development

However, problems of office cycles and oversupply have increasingly led to a
switch in emphasis to residential development in many urban areas. With
cheaper building methods and smaller units, it has become possible to develop
residential ...

Author: Nigel Dubben

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781405111799

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

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This book covers partnerships in the broadest sense, presenting a critical account of the whole range of partnerships in property development. The emphasis is on the relationship between developers and landowners, developers and funders, and the provision of public services through the use of private finance. The authors draw on their own professional experience of running property partnerships and, with carefully researched case studies, present the 'insider' view, making a potentially dry and complex subject accessible and lively. The book moves beyond a theoretical overview and, by illuminating the reality of property partnerships shows for example, exactly how the government is procuring schools, hospitals and roads. This clear and objective analysis sets property partnerships in their economic and political contexts and will be of topical interest to surveyors and developers - in both private practice and local authorities - as well as to funders. Students in surveying, estate management and real estate development will also find this a concise and authoritative guide. Contents 1 The Public and Private Sectors 2 The Property Development Process 3 Partnership Negotiations using Development Appraisal Techniques 4 The Private Finance Initiative 5 Public Private Partnerships: the Urban Experience of Dublin 6 Property Funding Partnerships 7 Development Partnerships and Landowners 8 International Trends and Public Private Partnerships 9 Economic Background and Future Trends
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Partnerships in Urban Governance

Sagalyn, L. (1990), 'Explaining the Impossible: Local Redevelopment in the
Wake of Federal Cutbacks', Journal of the American Planning Association 56:
429–41. Scott, M. (1969), American City Planning (Berkeley, CA: University of
California ...

Author: Jon Pierre

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349144082

Category: Political Science

Page: 206

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These essays explore the utility of thinking about public-private partnerships for local economic development. A theoretical examination of theories of governance, institutions and policy instruments is supplemented by empirical analysis and comparisons of their operation in the United Kingdom, Sweden and the United States in the context of debates about the 'limits of politics' and dependence on the institutions of civil society.
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Partnership Collaborative Planning and Urban Regeneration

In this engaging book John McCarthy provides critical consideration of such theories in terms of their application to practice.

Author: Dr John McCarthy

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781409487197

Category: Political Science

Page: 162

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Approaches to urban regeneration have changed dramatically throughout Europe and the USA over recent decades, drawing on notions of public-private partnership, growth coalitions and local spatial alliances. In this engaging book John McCarthy provides critical consideration of such theories in terms of their application to practice. He shows how these notions are used to explain the nature and underlying processes of urban development and to further objectives for urban regeneration. To test their applicability, he examines the case of Dundee, including the role of the Dundee Partnership, a model for many aspects of partnership working. The resulting conclusions suggest ways in which the practice of urban regeneration can be improved in terms of inclusion, equity and sustainability.
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Public Private Partnerships for Urban Water Utilities

In the 19th and early 20th centuries, urban water systems in many cities of the
Americas and Europe (as well as in colonies ... control over the expansion of the
water system— a key determinant of urban planning—while freeing them from
the.

Author: Philippe Marin

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 0821379577

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 204

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'Public-Private Partnerships for Urban Water Utilities: A Review of Experiences in Developing Countries' analyzes the market growth of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in the developing world since 1990, and the performance of more than 65 large water PPP projects representing more than 100 million people for access, service quality, operational efficiency, and tariff levels. Although a relatively small portion of the water utilities in the developing world are operated under PPPs (about 7 percent in 2007), the urban population served by private water operators has grown every year since 1990. Despite many difficulties encountered by PPP projects and a few contract terminations, a large majority of contracts awarded since 1990 are still in place. The track record for improving service and efficiency reaffirms the value of PPPs to help turn around poorly performing water utilities, even though the level of private financing did not match initial expectations. Over time, a more realistic market has developed, the number of private investors from developing countries has grown, and contract designs have become more pragmatic concerning risk allocations between partners. The water sector has many features that set it apart from other infrastructure sectors. This book suggests the need for careful consideration of those specificities to successfully involve private operators. Although concessions with private financing have worked in a few places, contractual arrangements that combine private operation with public financing appear to be the most sustainable option in many countries. Policy makers, stakeholders, and donors need to remain heavily engaged in the water sector, especially in the poorest countries and during a global financial crisis. This book contributes to a better understanding of the various options to tackle the many challenges of providing water and sanitation services to urban populations in the developing world.
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Public private Partnership in Urban Development

The memorandum of understanding to be evolved should be so devised as to
contribute to the success of the public - private partnerships for development .
The field of urban development , housing and infrastructural services is no doubt
a ...

Author: Girish Kumar Misra

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015041929970

Category: Community development, Urban

Page: 169

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With reference to India.
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Urban Regeneration Through Partnership

At the city-wide level, the tendency is to start with a partnership focused on city-
wide regeneration and then to complement this with a general urban
development partnership concerned with the broadest issues of strategic
development.

Author: Michael Carley

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781861342508

Category: Political Science

Page: 77

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This report provides an in-depth study of factors that influence the effectiveness of urban regeneration partnerships, and how they work within the national policy context. It highlights the key lessons of partnership, exploring good practice in leadership, visioning and consensus building, and the translation of vision into workable objectives.
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