Research Report On The Glasgow City Council And The Scottish Government

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CHAPTER FOUR RESULT AND DISCUSSION Chapter three has displayed the methodology that is going to be adopted with these research works which include the review of earlier research materials and analysing the effect of some projects that has been carried out in other areas that has gone through the related conditions. This chapter shows the breakdown of the data gathered in line with this research work; this information will be critically analysed using the BREEAM as the standard for the analysis. RESULT Results obtained from the previous researchers showed that there is evidence of shrinkage mostly at the developed cities. However, all the research work shows that the major challenge to shrinking cities is how to regenerate and maintain…show more content…
The discussions as stated in chapter three was structured in as follows: OBSERVABLE EFFECT OF REGENERATION PROCESS ON THE ECONOMY The Scottish Government has set up suitable programmes to create a sustainable environment through the Sustainable Glasgow initiative. This initiative is set up to deliver a project programme that the main plan is to develop the economy by making direct contact with the city, people and businesses to open up more investments and help tackle possible challenges. This development is believed to be the factor to the major drive to improvement of Glasgow’s future economy, environment and its social aspect (Glasgow.gov.uk, 2014a). Sustainable development as defined by the Brundtland Report (WCED, 1987) is the development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs (Diesendorf, 1999). The initiative that involves the sustainable development of Glasgow is set up to improve the living standard of the future generation by setting up a system of development at city level. This will take on both the private and public interests to show the breadth and scale of the issues faced in a flexible business environment. Using the principle of sustainable development to engage a broad partnership base, Glasgow hopes to understand and influence all of the key social, economic and environmental factors supporting a
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