In city development economic principles, gentrification and innovation often dominate at the expense of people inhabiting neighbourhoods for many years, destructing tight social fabrics. The question is whether it is possible to improve the quality and the attractively of parts of the city with and thanks to those people? This and other questions are studied by Place Lab, a University of Chicago partnership and the Harris School for Public Policy. So far they have articulation of a set of nine principles collectively called Ethical Redevelopment. These principles might contribute to inclusive growth of the city
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