publication . Report . 2018

Urban blight and urban redesign

Zsilincsar, Walter;
Open Access German
  • Published: 10 Apr 2018
  • Publisher: Oddelek za geografijo, Filozofska fakulteta Univerze v Mariboru
  • Country: Slovenia
Abstract
The phenomenon of urban blight dates back to the 19th century when industrialisation starting in Europe and North America initiated an uncontrolled urban growth in combination with strong demand in cheap an quickly constructed housing. Ghettoisation of mainly the working-class population and other “marginal groups” were the consequence together with a constant decay of single buildings, whole blocks and quarters. These general aspects of urban blight with its additional facettes or aspects residential, commercial, industrial, physical, functional and social blight can be presupposed and will not be topic of this paper. Nevertheless urban blight is by no means a ...
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free text keywords: urban blight, urban redesign, Kleinstadt, Leerstände, Rückbau, Reformpartnerschaft, mesta, urbani razvoj, degradacija, marginalizacija, udc:911.375.64:711.16
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