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Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, 2004
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|Resource title||Is the grass greener...?: Learning from international innovations in urban green space management|
|Author/source||Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment|
|Summary text/ abstract||As soon as they are created, landscapes start to adapt and change. Even well conceived and delivered parks and urban green spaces can quickly show signs of decay and dereliction if adequate and continuous management and maintenance regimes are not put in place. Similarly, urban parks and green spaces, which have historically performed well, can have their quality and value undermined by periods of uncoordinated and incremental changes, and by the adoption of inappropriate maintenance practices.|
|Library categories||Land Rights, Planning System, Simplicity|
|Added to Free Range Library||08/02/2016|
Is the grass greener...?: Learning from international innovations in urban green space management [1.6 megabytes]
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