This chapter introduces the idea that society is in a period “after regeneration” in the UK. Previous regeneration initiatives and the use of major state-led projects has come to an end in 2010. This is paralleled by new ways of knowing about communities pioneered in Connected Communities research. This marks a change from delivering regeneration and research on communities to understanding communities with them through co-production.
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