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Urban Policy looks at ways of regenerating urban areas and reducing poverty levels in certain areas There have been two main arguments as to which the best method of doing this is whether you should regenerate the people ie training education or the place ie the local economy and buildings etc In the UK thirteen million of the fifty eight million population are classified as poor There is and always has been a great need for urban policy on regeneration in an attempt to lift this thirteen million people over the poverty level There has been three of ways since the 1960s in which this has been attempted In 1970 the Conservative party started a socially driven attempted to reduce poverty in urban areas this was later taken over by labour in 1974 until the conservatives once again took power in 1979 This time under Margaret Thatcher who took a new view on urban regeneration She believed that rather than helping the people you need to first help the economy and so took an economic focus and she concentrated on the place rather than the people It wasnt until 1990 when John Major took over that the policy changed again to a hybrid of the periods of urban policy He introduced a socio-economic policy concentrating not just on the economy or the social aspects but also on how the effect one another and how you make them help each other The reign of the conservatives 1970-1974 followed by labour 1974-1979 saw the start of urban policy known as The Urban Programme this is one of the only urban policies that are still in place today In this programme 20 million a year was put up for local communities CDPs to bid for the condition being that they had to be spent on socially oriented goals such as education health and training programs In other words asking the people to help themselves This becomes a
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