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Revitalization of Historic Urban Core in Major Cities: Approaches to Evaluation of Potential Economic Effects

Student: Irina Karaselnikova

Supervisor: Vitaly Stadnikov

Faculty: Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism

Educational Programme: Urban Development and Spatial Planning (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

Historic urban core, on one hand, is the place of concentration of important historical and cultural heritage. On the other hand, it is urban environment – a combination of morphological parametrs that have been formed in a natural way. The most widespread approach to the development of such kind of territories in Russia today is the uncontrolled new housing construction. This does not contribute to the sustainable development of the historical centers, aggravates the processes of their stagnation and degradation. Thus, the aim of this work is to understand how can a more comprehensive assessment of effects (for different actors – the municipality, developers, residents, business) may transform the practice of historic core revitalization and take the socio-economic potential of the historical environment into account.

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