Research summary: How temporary uses can drive regeneration

Temporary uses of development sites are becoming more common, says new research, and with the right council policies, they can become an integral part of the regeneration process. Ben Kochan reports.

by Ben Kochan
The old market building in Brighton is being used for a number of temporary uses before it is redeveloped. [credit: Cathedral Group]
The old market building in Brighton is being used for a number of temporary uses before it is redeveloped. [credit: Cathedral Group]

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