Research and analysis

Valuing the benefits of regeneration: economics paper 7

Study examining how the benefits of regeneration might be valued, to underpin research on how to compare the costs and benefits of regeneration.

Documents

Valuing the benefits of regeneration: economics paper 7, volume 1: final report

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Valuing the benefits of regeneration: economics paper 7, volume 2: logic chains and literature review

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Valuing the benefits of regeneration: economics paper 7, summary

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Valuing the benefits of regeneration: economics paper 7, technical report: environmental quality and amenity

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Detail

The Department for Communities and Local Government commissioned this study to examine how the benefits of regeneration might be valued.

It is designed to provide an analytical framework that will underpin a programme of research on the value of the benefits from regeneration and how they compare with the relevant costs.

The intention is to establish a robust evidence base, identify potential challenges and provide constructive suggestions on how these could be overcome.