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dc.contributor.authorOakley, S.-
dc.identifier.citationUrban Policy and Research, 2007; 25(1):113-128-
dc.description.abstractThe Port Adelaide waterfront redevelopment is a property-led urban venture that is being driven by a logic and ideology of new forms of urban politics that are oriented towards post-industrial capital accumulation. While local residents are in favour of the waterfront being revitalised there is concern about the nature and scale of the redevelopment being proposed. Through a carefully managed 'place-marketing' process, the Port's industrial landscape is to be re-conceptualised as a future-oriented landscape of cosmopolitan residential-work-leisure lifestyle as an expression of desire for professional occupancy. The study reveals that local participation and influence in planning decisions of this public-private venture is somewhat marginal to economic considerations.-
dc.description.statementofresponsibilitySusan Oakley-
dc.publisherCarfax Publishing-
dc.rights© 2007 Editorial Board-
dc.subjectUrban Policy-
dc.subjectUrban Research Methods-
dc.subjectUrban Sociology-
dc.subjectHuman Geography: Urban Studies-
dc.subjectUrban Studies: Urban Studies-
dc.titlePublic Consultation and Place-Marketing in the Revitalisation of the Port Adelaide Waterfront-
dc.typeJournal article-
dc.identifier.orcidOakley, S. [0000-0003-4791-9498]-
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