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Barriers to Delivering Mixed Use Development: Final Report

DescriptionResearch examining the barriers to achieving mixed use development and identifying approaches to overcome these barriers.
ISBN978 0755976089
Official Print Publication DateSeptember 2009
Website Publication DateSeptember 04, 2009


Douglas Wheeler Associates With Ann Flint Associates, Austin-Smith: Lord Edinburgh College of Art (School of Architecture-ScotMark)
ISBN 978 0 7559 7608 9 (Web only publication)
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1 Executive Summary
2 Introduction
3 Delivering mixed use development: context
4 Definition, planning & place-making barriers
5 Deal structure & funding barriers
6 Ownership and management of mixed use communities
7 Case studies
8 Synthesis of findings
9 Conclusions & recommendations
Appendix 1: Methodology Diagram
Appendix 2: Acknowledgements: Individuals Who Contributed To The Research
Appendix 3: Architecture + Design Scotland Formal Response
Appendix 4: Local Planning Authority Survey Responses
Appendix 5: Case Studies Profiles
Appendix 6: Second Workshops: Ranking Of Emerging Recommendations & Suggestions
Appendix 7: Research Team & Advisory Group

Table 3.1 Literature Review: Correlation of Barriers to Mixed Use Development
Table 5.1: Deal Structure Barriers Identified by Local Planning Authorities
Table 8.1: Summary of Findings on Barriers & Significance
Table 9.1: Implementing the Recommendations & Suggestions

The views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and
do not necessarily represent those of the Department or Scottish Ministers.

This report is available on the Scottish Government Social Research website only