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What happens when the funding runs out? Exploring the utility of 'exit strategies' for Australian housing regeneration programmes

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Jacobs, K and Arthurson, K (2007) What happens when the funding runs out? Exploring the utility of 'exit strategies' for Australian housing regeneration programmes. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 1 (2). pp. 165-177. ISSN 1752-9638

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Abstract

One of the major challenges faced by state housing authorities engaged in housing estate regeneration programmes is to sustain the benefits that accrue from an
initial injection of resources. Exit strategies is the term used to describe the set of policies that can be deployed by housing authorities to sustain regeneration at the end of a specific funded programme. This paper presents the findings of recent research to review current practices in developing exit strategies involving five Australian housing regeneration projects. The paper begins by discussing some of the international academic perspectives on housing regeneration. Then it reports on the five case study initiatives. The paper concludes with a discussion on some of the policy implications that emerge from the findings.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Public housing, urban regeneration, Australian housing policy, exit strategies, urban renewal
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal
Publisher: Henry Stewart
Page Range: pp. 165-177
ISSN: 1752-9638
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© 2007 Henry Stewart Publications LLP

Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2008 14:38
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:35
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