Scottish Centre of Conservation Studies. (2015). "Regeneration of Hutchesontown ‘B’ - The role of inventorisation in area assessment" by Katherine Atkinson (RCAHMS), 2014 [sound]. https://doi.org/10.7488/ds/244.
Between 2007 and 2011 an extensive regeneration project of Glasgow’s
Hutchesontown ‘B’/Riverside estate was undertaken by local organisations.
The project aimed to improve the aesthetics of the area and the ways
it functions for those who live there. In the summer of 2013 Katherine
completed a dissertation studying regeneration as a tool by which to
safeguard an estate that would otherwise be under threat of demolition.
Through the study, the area was inventorised in order to form a platform
from which to discuss the topic with residents and professionals involved in
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