The Sustainable regeneration of the Swansea High Street - a cohesive community
Future Technology Press
MetadataShow full item record
This paper discusses the sustainable regeneration of one of Swansea's (UK) most deprived urban quarters known as the 'High Street', once the traditional retail heart of the city. The regeneration strategy and vision has been driven by Coastal Housing Group, a Welsh housing association, since the late 1990s and is striving towards a cohesive inner city community to meet at least one of the goals of the Welsh Government's Wellbeing and Future Generations Act . Context to the regeneration vision is given from the classification of Sustainable Communities from a number of strategies, used across the UK. As part of the regeneration process the paper also gives an overview of Cardiff Metropolitan University's input into the SURegen research project that conducted interviews with some of the key stakeholders engaged in the High Street regeneration project to investigate tacit knowledge leading to the vision. Finally, the paper discusses how some of the visions for the High Street have been delivered since 2012, and the next steps to be undertaken from 2017-2027; extending the vision of bringing life back into the High Street.
Sustainability in Energy and Buildings: Research Advances;
Littlewood, J. and Davies, G. (2017) 'The Sustainable regeneration of the Swansea High Street - a cohesive community', Sustainability in Energy and Buildings: Research Advances, 6, pp.35.43
This article was published open access in Sustainability in Energy and Buildings: Research Advances on 19 October 2017, available at http://nimbusvault.net/publications/koala/SEBRA/586.html
Showing items related by title, author, subject and abstract.
Karani, George; Burr, M L; Davies, B; Holmes, B A (Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2004)AIMS: To determine whether residents of congested streets have a higher prevalence of respiratory symptoms than residents of nearby uncongested streets, and whether their respiratory health improves following a reduction ...
An examination of the extent to which the regeneration of dockland areas, as Entertainment Venues, can positively impact the surounding area, and host city, using Cardiff Bay as a case study. Sibbald, Claire (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2011)An investigation was made into the various impacts that the development of entertainment venues, as part of a dockland regeneration scheme, can have on the surrounding area and the host city. The researcher explored various ...
Richards, Victoria (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2013)Whilst tourism has been recognised as a tool for tackling social exclusion, disability has been a neglected area of tourism. Moreover, few studies have focused on the experiences of vision impaired people in part due to ...