• 1. City Context
  • 2. Crisis
  • 2.1 Deindustrialisation
  • 2.2 Labour Market Problems
  • 2.3 The Violent Conflict
  • 2.4 Community Conflict and Segregation
  • 2.5 Population Decline
  • 2.6 Suburbanisation and Sprawl
  • 3. Recovery: Action taken
  • 3.1 Early Reinvestment (since 1980s)
  • 3.2 The Peace Process – a Catalyst for Change
  • 3.3 Levels of Government
  • 3.4 More Recent Regeneration Projects (since 1990s)
  • 3.5 Neighbourhood Renewal and Community Cohesion
  • 3.6 Economic Development
  • 4. What has changed: Signs of recovery?
  • 4.1 Economic Restructuring
  • 4.2 Social Exclusion and Labour Market
  • 4.3 Population Change
  • 4.4 Physical Regeneration and Urban Recovery
  • 4.5 Transport
  • 4.6 Interrupted Devolution
  • 4.7 Security Situation
  • 4.8 Timeline
  • 5. Concluding thoughts