Anyone connected with regeneration and local economic development policy will be aware that it has its own language and terminology. At CLES we have come to acknowledge, through work with our members, a range of policy practitioners and community and third sector organisations, that some of these terms are not as universally understood as one would expect, and/or the terms surrounding regeneration require a considerable amount of interpretation when applied ‘on the ground’.
This booklet aims to provide a definitive understanding of the included terms. The majority of these definitions have been created by the CLES staff, who have drawn upon their in-depth knowledge of regeneration and local economic development issues. Others have been brought together from a wide range of sources and have been credited appropriately.
At CLES we recognise that the nature of regeneration and economic development is such that new terms are introduced and old terms change their meaning or shift their focus. An obvious example is the recent economic problems that society has faced, which have been accompanied by a whole host of definitions covering important issues which many will not be fully appreciative of, some of these which are included in this booklet. This is the 7th edition of the booklet first published in the summer of 2002.
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