Public-private partnerships and urban regeneration in the central city

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Paper delivered by Andrew Boraine at the Cape Town Partnership Conference to mark its tenth year of operation

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Public-private partnerships and urban regeneration in the central city

  1. 1. public-private partnerships and urban regeneration in the central city cape town partnership 10 year urban renewal conference: 18 & 19 august 2009
  2. 2. history establishment (1996 – 1999) implementation (1999-2002) urban regeneration (2003-2005) broadening the partnership (2005-2007) building the long term agenda (2007-2009)
  3. 3. build and maintain trust translation service underlying perceptions critical cooperation neither a lobby group nor an entity be the ‘right’ people
  4. 4. “ a partnership is only as strong as its partners ”
  5. 5. roles rowing steering cheering coaching
  6. 6. types of partnership implementation innovation & dialogue hybrids
  7. 7. urban regeneration lessons… get the basics right clean | safe | caring
  8. 8. urban regeneration lessons… job creation social development clean | safe | caring
  9. 9. urban regeneration lessons… culture creativity innovation
  10. 10. urban regeneration lessons… public space for public life
  11. 11. communicate constantly!
  12. 12. marketing & branding place making
  13. 13. central city development strategy unfinished business
  14. 14. central city development strategy 5 outcomes 5 big ideas healthy city centre, healthy city
  15. 15. partnerships today leading transformation?
  16. 16. discussion groups <ul><li>cross sector partnerships </li></ul><ul><li>urban management and social development </li></ul><ul><li>place making </li></ul><ul><li>creative industries and the knowledge economy </li></ul>
  17. 17. thank you

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