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Working positively with rural estates: The scale and nature of estates and their contribution to the East Midlands of England

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  • Jason Beedell

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  • Andrew Teanby
  • Ivan Annibal

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This research, carried out for the East Midlands Development Agency (emda), aims to understand the number and nature of estates in the region and the contribution that they make to the economy, environment and social fabric. It shows that estates are active as employers, providers of workspace, operators of visitor businesses, innovators, hosts of renewable energy, protectors and managers of the environment, providers of community infrastructure, providers of housing and contributors to local distinctiveness. The research concludes by recommending how the public sector and estates can work better together.

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  • Jason Beedell & Andrew Teanby & Ivan Annibal, 2012. "Working positively with rural estates: The scale and nature of estates and their contribution to the East Midlands of England," Local Economy, London South Bank University, vol. 27(2), pages 193-208, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:sae:loceco:v:27:y:2012:i:2:p:193-208
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