Guidance on urban rehabilitation

Urban rehabilitation today goes beyond simply carrying out restoration work and encompasses ways of reviving and modernising areas to best advantage.This book presents reference texts and sets out guidelines to assist local, regional and national authorities in devising strategies for local development and action plans for successful rehabilitation policies

ISBN : 92-871-5528-3
Format : 16 x 24 cm
No. of pages : 146
Price : 17 € + 10% postage

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