Supplement editor Adam Branson introduces this year's exclusive survey by Planning magazine.
This is the sixth year in which this listing of the 100 biggest regeneration projects in the UK has been produced, first in Regeneration & Renewal and now in Planning.
Launched in 2007 at the height of the boom, the listing has charted projects' progress through the credit crunch, the recession and now the retrenchment in public spending.
In a break from tradition, instead of leading the supplement with an update on the progress made on the 50 biggest projects we have instead focused on the ten projects that have completed the most amount of development in the last three years.
The reason for this decision was that we wanted to take a closer look at those projects that have been able keep building through the bad times and answer a simple question: how?
For the sake of continuity, we have also compiled the listing of the 100 biggest schemes in the country, albeit in abbreviated form.
We hope that this year’s format serves to illustrate the ingenuity and resourcefulness that has made it possible to make real progress even in straitened times.
Adam Branson, supplement editor
To read the Top 100 click on the individual links below or you can download a PDF version here.
Top 100 Regeneration Projects 2012: A modest recovery
Top 100 Regeneration Projects 2012: key trends
Top 100 Regeneration Projects 2012: The ten most active projects
Top 100 Regeneration Projects 2012: The most active planning consultancies in the Top 100
Top 100 Regeneration Projects 2012: Five projects that won major planning permissions last year
Top 100 Regeneration Projects 2012: Projects that saw major new investment in 2011
Top 100 Regeneration Projects 2012: The Top 100
Top 100 Regeneration Projects 2012: The Absentee List
Top 100 Regeneration Projects 2012: Methodology
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