Fair City? Planning challenges in post-crisis Dublin
|Title:||Fair City? Planning challenges in post-crisis Dublin||Authors:||Moore-Cherry, Niamh
|Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/8653||Date:||Jun-2016||Abstract:||In an era when, we are told, cities are now the source of economic dynamism and the focus for innovations in public policy and governance across the world, Ireland presents an anomaly. This was made apparent by the recent rejection of an attempt to introduce a directly elected mayor for Dublin at a time when mayors are lauded as the solution to manifold social and economic problems. However, when we delve a little deeper, that decision is perhaps unsurprising given the traditional ambivalence in Ireland towards the ‘urban’.||Type of material:||Journal Article||Publisher:||Town and Country Planning Association||Journal:||Town and Country Planning||Issue:||June 2016||Start page:||239||End page:||243||Keywords:||Celtic Tiger; Housing boom; Urban planning; Ireland||Other versions:||https://www.tcpa.org.uk/||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed|
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