Property-led regeneration

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Property-led Regeneration
London Thames Gateway - area stretching 40 miles along the Thames
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once important for?
manufacturing
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decline
manufacturing industries declined from 1960's onwards and the area became run down
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London Thames Gateway Development Corporation
10 year programme set up in 1004
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aims:
nothing left derelict, encourage industry and business, attractive environment, improve housing and social facilities
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amount invested
£200 million
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projects - new towns
new town centres in Canning Town and Custom House with retail, business and leisure space, improved road network, improved pedestrian and cycle access and new cross rail station
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projects - education
renovation of schools and improvement in education services - new camps for University of East London
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projects - housing
sustainable housing development at Barking Riverside
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impacts positive:
population of the area growing, improvements in pupils' education achievements
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problems:
accused of not listening to residents' opinions. objections to proposed tower block - not enough affordable housing, overcrowding, parking problems and loss of open space
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