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The Little Book of Rezoning

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  • Liveable Cities Team
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Abstract

The Little Book of Rezoning explores the issue of city regeneration, specifically in
relation to a UK post Industrial Revolution context. The book looks at the question
of how rezoning of an area can be used to deliver on wider city aspirations. Avoiding isolation and segregation of city residents is shown to be a key issue to address and one which poorly considered rezoning can make worse. Taking examples from Southampton (UK) and Medellin (Colombia), this book highlights the need for informed, people based rezoning and the benefits that such an approach can bring.