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The Credit Crunch and Regeneration: Impact and Implications
An independent report to the Department for Communities and Local Government

Professor Michael Parkinson CBE
European Institute for Urban Affairs Liverpool John Moores University

Professor Michael Ball
University of Reading

Dr Neil Blake
Oxford Economics

Professor Tony Key
Investment Property Databank and Cass Business School City University

January 2009

Acknowledgements: This report was prepared through CLG’s Regeneration and Economic Development Analysis Expert Panel. We want to express our thanks to the many people in the regeneration community who so generously gave us their wisdom and advice. It would not have been possible without them. We especially want to thank Alison Pemberton, Gerwyn Jones and Jean Parry in the European Institute for Urban Affairs for their invaluable help with the research. Any errors of commission or omission however remain ours alone.

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