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What is the influence of private business partnerships on the inclusivity of public participation in regenerated areas? A Case Study of the Urban Partners Organisation in King’s Cross.
This dissertation set out to assess whether voluntary business partnerships influence the inclusivity of public participation in regenerated areas through the case study of Urban Partners in King’s Cross. Whilst existing literature is predominated by participation in multi-actor governance networks created to mobilise regeneration, and private business partnerships including BIDs, this research adds to the debate through the exploration of participation influenced by voluntary business partnerships mitigating the impacts of continued regeneration. It investigated this influence through the membership structure and strategy for membership recruitment, and mechanisms influencing wider community participation. It also evaluated the risks associated with sustaining participation in a voluntary business partnership, and the extent to which the aims of the partnership are influenced by the local community.

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