- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- One Introduction
- Part I Theories and concepts
- Two Framing the governance of urban space
- Three The planning, design, and governance of sustainable communities in the UK
- Four Is urban regeneration criminogenic?
- Part II Policies and agendas
- Five New Labour's ‘broken’ neighbourhoods: liveability, disorder, and discipline?
- Six Lockdown! Resilience, resurgence, and the stage-set city
- Seven Tackling anti-social behaviour and regenerating neighbourhoods
- Eight ‘Problem’ people, ‘problem’ places? New Labour and council estates
- Part III Communities in control of (dis)order
- Nine Community—police relations: support officers in low-income neighbourhoods
- Ten New governance of youth disorder: a study of local initiatives
- Eleven The night-time economy: exploring tensions between agents of control
- Twelve Prostitution, gentrification, and the limits of neighbourhood space
- Thirteen Urban renaissance and the contested legality of begging in Scotland
- Fourteen Conclusion: British urbanism at a crossroads
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