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Urban studies (Planning and development)
This paper discussed the role of urban planning in achieving successful urban regeneration. It focuses on a specific regeneration project in Dublin’s inner city, the Grangegorman development, which relocates, on a phased basis, the Dublin Institute of Technology’s c.40 buildings on dispersed sites within Dublin City to a single 29 hectare site. The development also provides health facilities for the Health Service Executive, in addition to community and recreational uses and commercial development. Urban planning has played a critical role in the delivery of the project and in securing Government support and funding. This paper describes the importance of project vision, a flexible implementation strategy, broad ranging consultation and the critical role of other stakeholders in delivering large scale urban regeneration.
Prendergast Terry, 2014, Developing a new urban quarter at Grangegorman, Dublin : the role of planning in its successful delivery, Pleanail, Winter 2014