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|Title||Y21: Culture-led regeneration in twenty-first century UK city regions|
Shaw K.; Y21: Culture-led regeneration in twenty-first century UK city regions ;International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning vol:12 issue: 4.0 page:628.0
|Keywords||City-region; Community; Community art; Culture; Regeneration; Writing
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85008516500&doi=10.2495%2fSDP-V12-N4-628-636&partnerID=40&md5=3506d0e7dbae7f30fadc39f1df2c17e7
|Abstract||This paper is concerned with regions of cities, or 'City-Regions' and the capacity of culture as a mechanism of social development in the twenty-first century. It focusses on a case study research project 'Yorkshire 21' (Y21), funded by Leeds Beckett University, UK. This interdisciplinary project united academic researchers with local communities to enable small-scale, culture-led community regeneration projects in Yorkshire. It was born out of the university's mission to engage with and contribute to the well-being of the region, and to increase public engagement with academic research by establishing a conversation between scholars and members of the public. Following the exemplar of a series of creative writing community history workshops held as part of the project, the article examines a smallscale study of culture-led regeneration in a specific City-Region of the United Kingdom. Critically exploring community-led regeneration as a strategy based on recovery and valorization of local culture, the article proposes the centrality of community contributions to culture-led regeneration projects in contemporary UK City-Regions. © 2017 WIT Press.