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Reactive, Proactive or Interactive? Community Perceptions of Waterfront Change in Canadian Port Cities

Brian Hoyle
The Town Planning Review
Vol. 70, No. 4 (Oct., 1999), pp. 455-477
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40111785
Page Count: 23
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Reactive, Proactive or Interactive? Community Perceptions of Waterfront Change in Canadian Port Cities
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Abstract

This paper reports on research designed to apply an established method of enquiry in an innovative way to a range of community groups in a series of contrasted Canadian port cities. Community groups are a critical element in Canadian society in general, and in the process of urban waterfront change. Building on earlier work on other 'actors' such as port authorities, urban planners and real-estate developers, this paper explores the attitudes and influence of such groups, based on structured tape-recorded interviews. Fieldwork centred on five selected, contrasted port cities in Canada.

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