Table of contents for Regenerating London : governance, sustainability and community in a global city / edited by Rob Imrie, Loretta Lees and Mike Raco.

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Part 1: The dimensions of urban change in London.
1: London¿s regeneration, Rob Imrie, Loretta Lees and Mike Raco.
2. Planning London: a conversation with Peter Hall, the Editors. 
3: Regenerating a global city, Tim Butler and Chris Hamnett.
4: Governing London: the evolving institutional and planning landscape, Mark Tewdwr-Jones.
Part 2: Prestige projects and the sustainable city.
5: Figuring city change; understanding urban regeneration and Britain¿s Thames Gateway, Michael Keith. 
6: ¿An exemplar for a sustainable world city¿: the redevelopment of King¿s Cross, Rob Imrie.
7: Local government and the politics of flagship regeneration in London: The Development of Paddington, Mike Raco and Steven Henderson.
8: The 2012 Olympics Games and the reshaping of East London, Gavin Poynter.
Part 3: Sustainability, inclusion and social mixing.
9: The rebirth of high-rise living in London: towards a sustainable, inclusive and liveable urban form, Richard Baxter and Loretta Lees.
10: London¿s Blue Ribbon Network: riverside renaissance along the Thames, Mark Davidson. 
11: The promotion of London as a ¿walkable city¿ and overlapping walks of life, Jennie Middleton. 
12: Social housing and regeneration in London, Paul Watt.
Part 4: Community governance and urban change.
13: Regenerating the South Bank: reworking community and the emergence of post-political regeneration, Guy Baeten.
14: The disputed place of ethnic diversity: an ethnography of the redevelopment of a street market in East London, Nick Dines.
15: From a ¿society of fear¿ to a ¿society of respect¿: the transformation of Hackney¿s Holly Street estate, Tony Manzi and Keith Jacobs.
16: Young people and the regeneration of the King¿s Cross Ten Estates, Nina Brown and Loretta Lees.
Part 5: Conclusions.
17: London - regeneration or rebirth? Allan Cochrane.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Urban renewal -- England -- London.
City planning -- England -- London.
Community development -- England -- London.
London (England) -- Social conditions.
London (England) -- Economic conditions.