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Neighborhood Sustainability: A Case Study of Redevelopment in Bristol Place

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Title: Neighborhood Sustainability: A Case Study of Redevelopment in Bristol Place
Author(s): Phillips, Rachel
Contributor(s): Greenlee, Andrew
Subject(s): redevelopment housing Champaign, Illinois Bristol Place Neighborhood
Abstract: This paper examines how individual expressions determine if sustainable outcomes are possible within neighborhood redevelopment projects. Focusing on Bristol Place neighborhood, it explores various perspectives related to the intent and purpose of redevelopment. Using evidence from observations from stakeholder and neighborhood meetings and semi-structured interviews, it analyzes the extent to which individual stakeholder’s positions can shape a vision for the neighborhood. On the basis of this analysis, it outlines a framework of sustainable principles focused on inclusive and collaborative approaches to neighborhood visioning.
Issue Date: 2013
Series/Report: MUP Capstone
Type: Text
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2142/45249
Date Available in IDEALS: 2013-08-05
 

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