Austen Reid and Ad Hereijgers from pan-European consultancy Ritterwald provide some tips on how levelling up can work effectively to create sustainable urban regeneration at scale
The UK and the Netherlands share a similar post-1945 planning tradition in land use. Both countries achieved impressive results including several new towns and urban transformations (e.g. through riverfront redevelopment). However, the durability of these results has proved different in each country.
This can partly be explained by the volatility in government policies and weighting given to the market, community, and individual interests.
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