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Recreation and Tourism as a Catalyst for Urban Waterfront Redevelopment

An International Survey

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Published by Praeger Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • City & town planning - architectural aspects,
  • Social groups & communities,
  • Tourism industry,
  • Recreation Industries (Economic Aspects),
  • Social Science,
  • Reference,
  • Sociology,
  • Australia,
  • Caribbean Sea,
  • Japan,
  • USA,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • General,
  • Sociology - Urban,
  • Social Science / Sociology / Urban,
  • Case studies,
  • City planning,
  • Recreational use,
  • Urban Renewal,
  • Waterfronts

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsStephen J. Craig-Smith (Editor), Michael Fagence (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9775314M
    ISBN 100275945502
    ISBN 109780275945503

    Craig-Smith, Stephen J. et al. (Eds.) (): Recreation and Tourism as a catalyst for urban waterfront redevelopment: an international Survey, Westport, Conn. Davenport, Russell: The Use of Waterfront for Public and Private Recreation.   Award winners The City received 35 submissions (PDF, 6 MB) from architects, urban designers, planners, landscape architects, owners and University students. Each submission was evaluated by a volunteer jury consisting of design professionals and local stakeholders. View an interactive map showing locations of all the past winners of Hamilton’s Urban Design and. East Perth, Western Australia; The WA State Government development agency and the East Perth Redevelopment Authority, commissioned CHRISTOU over a three and a half-year period to provide a vision and structure for three central precincts of its $M redevelopment of former industrial land close to Perth’s central business district.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm: Contents: The importance and problems of city waterside regions ; The role of tourism in inner-harbor redevelopment: a multinational perspective / Stephen J.

Craig-Smith --Planning for waterfront revitalization: the Alexandria experience, Virginia, the United States / Stephen S. A notable opportunity for successful redevelopment has emerged in rehabilitation of urban waterfront areas, and the present volume examines recreation and tourism as a.

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Recreation and Tourism as a Catalyst for Urban Waterfront Redevelopment. Westport: Praeger Publishing, Westport. The publication discusses the topic of urban redevelopment along urban waterfronts and uses recreation and tourism as a source for growth.

The City of Madeira Beach has 4 recreation facilities. Recreation and tourism as a catalyst for urban waterfront redevelopment: An international survey. California: Greenwood Publishing Group. Environment and Crime in the Inner City: Does Vegetation. Despite piecemeal redevelopment, many major cities are struggling to maintain functional efficiency while sustaining acceptable levels of quality of life.

A notable opportunity for successful redevelopment has emerged in rehabilitation of urban waterfront areas, and the present volume examines recreation and tourism as a catalyst for such. The New Waterfront Book by Ann Breen with Dick Rigby. Good reading for waterfront planners and developeres.

Recreation and Tourism as a Catalyst for Urban Waterfront Redevelopment An International Survey by Stephen J. Craig-Smith (Editor) and Michael Fagence (Editor). Marinas, Parks and Recreation Developments. The word meaning of waterfront get through as “the part of a town or city adjoining a river, lake, harbour, etc.” in the Oxford American Dictionary of Current English in English Dictionaries and Thesauruses ().

Moretti (), the word “waterfront” means “the urban area in direct contact with water”.According to the author, waterfront areas usually is occupied by port Cited by: 5. Recreation and tourism as a catalyst for urban waterfront redevelopment - Praeger - Westport, Conn.

In-text: (Millspaugh, ) Your Bibliography: Millspaugh, L., Recreation And Tourism As A Catalyst For Urban Waterfront Redevelopment. 1st ed. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, pp Choose your Style (Harvard, APA,) Change style. ancouver is an ideal urban laborator y for waterfront redevelopment. Its physical context, as a peninsula surrounded on three sides by water, creates over 15 miles of urban coastline around the.

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the role of revitalized historic urban waterfronts as potential creative milieus attracting creative tourists.

Waterfront redevelopment raises issues concerning an extensive range of urban planning and management perspectives, extending from space design to economic, environmental, cultural, and tourism by: Canadian Journal of Urban Research government's words are anything more than mere rhetoric.

Janet Mosher Faculty of Law University of Toronto Graig-Smit, Stephen J. and Michael Fagence, eds. Recreation and Tourism as a Catalyst for Urban Waterfront Redevelopment: An International Survey.

Westport, CT and London: Praeger Publishers,   Hall CM, Selwood JH () Event tourism and the creation of a postindustrial portscape: The case of Fremantle and the America’s Cup. In: Craig-Smith SJ, Fagence M (eds.) Recreation and Tourism as a Catalyst for Urban Waterfront Redevelopment, Praeger, Westport CT, Cited by: 6.

Craig-Smith SJ () The roles of tourism in inner-harbour redevelopment: a multinational perspectives. In: Craig-Smith SJ, Fagence M (eds) Recreation and tourism as a catalyst for urban waterfront redevelopment. Praeger, London Google ScholarAuthor: Bet El Silisna Lagarense, Agustinus Walansendow.

Urban Tourist Precincts as Sites of Play. and tourism as a catalyst for urban waterfront redevelopment: An international. (Eds.) Recreation and Tourism as a Catalyst for Urban. Recreation and tourism as a catalyst for urban waterfront redevelopment: an international survey / edited by Stephen J.

Craig-Smith and Michael Fagence. Westport, Conn.: Praeger,   Waterfront development 1. RIVERFRONT DEVELOPMENT 2. TYPES OF RIVERFRONT: Cultural Riverfronts - sense of community, festivity, artistic expression, recreation, commercial bustle.

Environmental Riverfronts - "Design with nature", might include shore stabilization, wetland preservation, prairie restoration etc. Historic Riverfronts - "A sense of uniqueness and character" to a place.

Provide. Urban renewal (also called urban regeneration in the United Kingdom and urban redevelopment in the United States) is a program of land redevelopment often used to address urban decay in cities. Urban renewal is the clearing out of blighted areas in inner cities to clear out slums and create opportunities for higher class housing, businesses, and more.

A primary purpose of urban renewal is to. BIBLIOGRAPHY BOOKS Attoe, W. and Logan D. American urban architecture: Catalysts in the design of cities. University of California Press. Bone, Kevin, Betts, Mary Beth, and Greenberg, Stanley.

The New York Waterfront: Evolution and Building Culture of the Port and Harbor. Monacelli Press. The University of Michigan. (Digitized 8. Canadian Journal of Urban Research Books Received All books for review should be sent to the Book Review Editor, Canadian Journal of (Jrban Research, Institute of CJrban Studies, Portage Avenue, Recreation and Tourism as a Catalyst for Urban Waterfront Redevelopment: An International Survey.

Westport, CT: Praeger, Evenden, L.J. In developing countries, at least in the historic and colonial port cities of East Africa, waterfront redevelopment is seen as a component of urban conservation or rooted in the context of urban renewal (Hoyle, a, Hoyle, b, Hoyle, a, Hoyle, b).

Nevertheless, different from their brotherly counterparts in East Africa and partly Cited by: Craig-Smith, Stephen; Faegence, Michael ().

Recreation and Tourism as a Catalyst for Urban Waterfront Redevelopment. Westport: Praeger Publishing, Westport. The publication discusses the topic of urban redevelopment along urban waterfronts and uses recreation and tourism as a source for growth. The City of Madeira Beach has 4 recreation.

Over the last decade, commentaries and research on urban tourism precincts have predominantly focused on: their role in the tourism attractions mix; their physical and functional forms; their economic significance; their role as a catalyst for urban renewal; their evolution and associated development processes; and, perhaps more broadly, their role, locality and function within the context of.

Craig-Smith S. & Fagence M. Eds. Recreation and Tourism as a Catalyst for Urban Waterfront Redevelopment. London: Praeger. Coates, D. “The Growth Effect of Sports Franchises, Stadia and Arenas” in Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 18 (4).

Euchner, C. Wine & Artisan Village is a Catalyst for Urban Renewal. Adjacent to Clover Island, Port of Kennewick is partnering with the City of Kennewick on redeveloping the tired, industrial waterfront along Columbia Drive—in Kennewick’s historic downtown.

The port acquired and cleared 16 acres—preparing that area for future mixed-use development. Sustainability, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.

Dear Colleagues, This issue of Sustainability focuses on regeneration research being put into action across a continuum of urban systems and spatial scales. Sustainability concerns in the city tend to arise from a combination of dysfunction in particular sectors, and a severing of life-sustaining flows between those sectors.

Impact assessment can be highly technical and complex, requiring a broad knowledge base and diverse skills, but like evaluation, it is a process fraught with philosophical, technical and political perils.

Why is it done, by whom, and how, must be carefully planned. Impacts cannot always be ’proven’, so the nature of evidence becomes critical.

Accordingly, a strong theoretical base is Cited by: 2. Using this quote as a context for my own research, one can discover how this ‘urban space’, in Dundee’s case the central waterfront development and V&A museum, can be used to ‘reintegrate the city with its waterfront’ in both a tourist and cultural aspect.

Tourism as a Catalyst for Waterfront Redevelopment Though many factors can. The purpose of this study is to examine the perception of harbor residents on tourism and waterfront redevelopments in Newport, Rhode Island.

In the summer ofabout surveys were conducted of households located directly in the tourism district. The results indicate that by and large the waterfront community perceives the current traffic conditions, inadequate parking, lack of privacy Cited by: Departmental series on the results of didactics in Architectural Design Studios Number 2 BUNA RIVER REVITALIZATION - MUSEUMS AS URBAN CATALYSTS Advanced Architectural Design.

A city most often motivated to do urban planning in a crisis, Austin was initially spurred to limit development on Town Lake in the Eighties in response to public outcry over the Hyatt. AbstractThis paper investigates the contemporary issues in waterfront regeneration strategies.

It evaluates and analyzes the legacies from past international waterfront projects through case examples and review policies, practices, trends and issues that pertain to waterfront regeneration. The impact of these within urban regeneration and urban cultural contexts are in turn by: 9.

Once thriving Pacific Rim urban waterfronts are now abandoned, their functions left obsolete by technological changes and industrial shifts.

Formerly the economic heartbeat of the city, these properties again have the potential to revitalize the economies of cities and to solve 20th century social problems. Urban waterfronts are being redeveloped to address not only local and regional problems Author: Willian David Hewson.

Planning and development in Detroit since the late 20th century has attempted to enhance the economy and quality of life of Detroit, Michigan, Unitedthe private group Detroit Renaissance began to facilitate development in the city.

Its successor, Business Leaders for Michigan, has continued to facilitate development into the 21st century. JD Granger. Executive Director.

Trinity River Vision Authority. JD Granger is the Executive Director of the Trinity River Vision Authority (TRVA) which manages a massive flood control and river redevelopment project that creates 12 miles of public urban waterfront in Fort Worth’s central city.

Granger currently serves as board member for the Greater Fort Worth Real Estate Council. Benefits Of Urban Regeneration. Keywords: urban regeneration effects, urban redevelopment. urban environmental changes Urban decay, usually associated with deprived areas, tends tend to be a characteristic of poorer communes, reflecting their low earning power and susceptibility to the higher unemployment rates associated with changes in the structure of the national economy (Skifter.

The Plan identifies ‘protecting the recreation and tourism values of waterfront areas as a high priority’ ().

8 September Caledon Tourism Strategy. 2 – Recreation. Equine. Caledon’s rural landscape, anchored by the Caledon Equestrian Park Service centre for longer-term redevelopment of James Dick Quarry (see Section.

The Urban Waterfront Master Plan covers over 1, hectares and is designed to link together the City’s waterfront and provide access and amenities to the city’s residents.

Cultural and recreational facilities as well as new commercial centers will extend the urban fabric to the waterfront, linking development to parks and open space which.SOD-TURNING CEREMONY SKINNER PARK REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT.

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