The contribution of community enterprise to British urban regeneration in a period of state retrenchment

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Bailey, Nick (2017)

This chapter discusses the growth and nature of community enterprise and in particular the sub-set of asset-based community development trusts and reviews their contribution to urban regeneration in Britain. Three models are presented and illustrated with case studies.
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