To understand how HUB-IN Place might achieve regenerative growth – in ways that are culturally, economically, socially
and environmentally sustainable, we need to uncover the ‘ingredients’ that are required to allow innovative and entrepreneurial behaviour to emerge and flourish in this specific urban context – in Historic Urban Areas by building on
their unique history and heritage.
This reference paper provides the background research and a detailed evaluation of the key ingredients identified illustrated with a case study, and indicates that the combination and interaction with each ingredient to achieve transformation change / inclusive and regenerative growth.
This paper is intended as a starting point of this model and will be refinedfrom learnings throughout the HUB-IN project to better reflect the realities of HUAs throughout Europe.
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