How can the benefits of housing regeneration programs be sustained?
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Social housing estate regeneration strategies are funded and facilitated by government for a discrete period of time, for particularly disadvantaged communities or locations. Most seek to sustain community standards and services without recourse to large injections of additional public funds. In the UK, it was recognised in the 1990s that more effective policies were needed to sustain the benefits of the strategies after the formal end of regeneration activities. This study examined the present operation of exit strategies in Australia, and the potential for their future implementation.
This bulletin is based on AHURI project 40200, Developing appropriate exit strategies for housing regeneration programs. “Copyright 2007 AHURI Limited. Published version of the paper reproduced here with permission from the publisher.” This is the publisher's copryight version of this article, the original can be found at: http://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/86.