Title: Sustainable Brownfield Regeneration Liveable Places from Problem Spaces 
Resource Type: document --> technical publication --> book / book chapter(s) 
Country: United Kingdom 
Year of publication: 2007 
Availability: 'The SUBR:IM book' 
Author 1/Producer: Tim Dixon 
Other Authors/Producers: Mike Raco, Philip Catney, David Lerner 
Author / Producer Type: University research group / research institute 
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Ltd 
Publisher City: Oxford, UK 
ISBN: 9781405144032 
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EUGRIS Keyword(s): Brownfields
Contaminated land-->Remediation options-->Remediation options overview
Contaminated land-->Risk management-->Risk management overview
Contaminated land-->Wider impacts / sustainability-->Economic
Contaminated land-->Wider impacts / sustainability-->Social
Contaminated land-->Wider impacts / sustainability-->Sustainable / green remediation
 
Short description: Brownfield regeneration has become a major policy driver in the UK and other developed countries. Bringing brownfield sites back into active use has taken on a new urgency amongst policy makers, developers and other stakeholders in the development process. This book assesses the effectiveness of different types of regeneration policy by identifying best practice. It also examines ways in which science and social science research disciplines can be brought together to help solve brownfield regeneration issues. The first part examines the emergence of the brownfield problem and assesses its significance for the UK government's wider urban renaissance, sustainability and environmental improvement programmes. The second part deals with regeneration, exploring socio-technical problems and solutions, and the role of actors/stakeholders in the regeneration process, together with governance issues. Part Three examines remediation issues, again exploring scientific problems and solutions in brownfields, underpinned by an exploration and analysis of the socio-economic dimension. The concluding part explores cross-cutting themes such as sustainability measures and quality in brownfield regeneration, before analysing future trends and issues in brownfield regeneration, and the formulation of a new brownfield research agenda, which has ramifications for countries outside the UK. 
Long description: Part 1 INTRODUCTION 1 Introduction 2 Integrated Brownfield Regeneration: A Theoretical Framework Part 2 REGENERATION 3 Brownfield Regeneration: Problems and Policies 4 Actor Networks: The Brownfield Merry Go-round 5 Heroes or Villains?: The Role of the Development Industry in Brownfield Regeneration 6 Delivering Brownfield Regeneration: Practice Makes Perfect? Part 3 REMEDIATION 7 Greening Brownfield Land 8 Novel Special-purpose Composts for Sustainable Remediation 9 Climate Change, Pollutant Linkage and Brownfield Regeneration 10 Robust Technical Solutions 11 The Creature Lurks Within?: Restoring Acid Tar Lagoons Part 4 JOINED-UP SOLUTIONS 12 Quality in Land Remediation 13 Metrics for the Assessment of the Sustainability of Brownfield Regeneration Projects Chapter 14 The Future: Is Brown the New Green 
Link to Project(s): SUBR:IM Sustainable Urban Brownfield Regeneration: Integrated Management
 
Link to Organisation(s): Sheffield University
 
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