Advice: Promoting meanwhile uses as part of regeneration

Meanwhile uses can bring long term benefits as well as short term activity to sites awaiting redevelopment, but developers need to be persuaded to allow them, writes Ben Kochan.

by Ben Kochan
A multi-storey car park was initially intended for temporary use as studios and a restaurant, but they are now being retained for the longer term (PIC Carl Turner Architects)
A multi-storey car park was initially intended for temporary use as studios and a restaurant, but they are now being retained for the longer term (PIC Carl Turner Architects)

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