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A Case Study of the Neighbourhood Regeneration Partnership for the Angel Village Festival

YeunSook LEE 1 Sungnam Park 2 Kyungnan Park 2

1연세대학교
2연세대학교 심바이오틱라이프텍연구원

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ABSTRACT

A co-working partnership approach among various stakeholders and organizations in neighbourhood regeneration has been emphasized to respond effectively to social, economic, and physical problems in declining neighbourhoods. This study aims to find implications for urban regeneration partnerships building a collaborative governance in neighbourhood regeneration. This study explores the process of establishing a partnership to deliver the ‘Angel Village Festival’ which is one of urban regeneration programmes for the Jeonju test-bed. The festival was suggested from a cultural asset called ‘a faceless angel’. Through the process of preparing and implementing the festival, a coworking network with a range of partners has been organized and developed. The partnership was originally designed to be representative of local communities and developed to involve partners from the public sector, the private sector, and the civic sector. The partnership centered at the governance structure for the on-going development of the festival. Based on this case study, the partnership approach in neighbourhood regeneration is expected to facilitate effective responses to challenges, trust building, and capacity building for local communities.

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