Definition of Redevelopment

1. Noun. The act of improving by renewing and restoring. "A major overhal of the healthcare system was proposed"

Exact synonyms: Overhaul, Renovation
Generic synonyms: Improvement
Specialized synonyms: Face Lift, Face Lifting, Facelift
Derivative terms: Redevelop, Redevelop, Renovate, Renovate



Definition of Redevelopment

1. Noun. The demolition of old, redundant or unfashionable buildings or infrastructure and the construction of new ones on the same site. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Redevelopment

1. development [n -S] - See also: development

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Literary usage of Redevelopment

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1. Evictions and the Right to Housing: Experience from Canada, Chile, the by Antonio Azuela (1998)
"So the former owners received only a small proportion of the redevelopment profits. In the course of disposal, the owner often became a tenant of the ..."

2. Sustainability Issues for Resource Managers by Daniel L. Bottom, Gordon H. Reeves, Martha H. Brookes (1997)
"Sustainable redevelopment of Regional Ecosystems Degraded by Exploitive ... contributes to the sustainable redevelopment of all these scales within scales? ..."

3. Frameworks for Sustainable Forests and Communities: American Community by Michael Hibbard, Matthew S. Carroll, Steven E. Daniels, Brett Kencairn, Paul Sommers (1995)
"All involved some form of economic restructuring or redevelopment reorientation of the community or its workforce. Among the most commonly -— f adopted as ..."

4. Challenge of Land Use Planning After Urban Earthquakes: Observations from by Catherine Bauman (1999)
"redevelopment in San Francisco after Loma Prieta The use of existing redevelopment ... While the California law regulating redevelopment provides for some ..."

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