Profile of Ms Ming-Jung Wu School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, University of Newcastle

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Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: 
A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning
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Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning (July 2009)

This paper utilises the literature on the theory of collaborative planning to critically assess the role of a local authority within collaboration...

Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: 
A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning
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Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning (June 2009)

This paper utilises the literature on the theory of collaborative planning to critically assess the role of a local authority within collaboration...

Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: 
A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning
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Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning (January 2009)

The research will concentrate on waterfront tourism with a focus on how locally-based partnership could play a significant part in the process of...

Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: 
A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning
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Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning (January 2009)

The research will concentrate on waterfront tourism with a focus on how locally-based partnership could play a significant part in the process of...

Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: 
A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning
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Waterfront tourism in post-industrial cities: A role of locally-based partnership in the process of collaborative planning (January 2009)

The research will concentrate on waterfront tourism with a focus on how locally-based partnership could play a significant part in the process of...