Looking from the in- rather than the outside, from the existing and not the expanding – the aim of the Transforming Peripheries Magazine – a joint effort of and topos – was to concentrate existing knowledge about urbanised territories and connect the realms of academics and practitioners across borders, sectors and regions. For one year, the magazine acted as a platform for exchange and connection on It collected best-practice strategies, reflected on what works, and continues to provide levers to influence the spatial development agendas of policy makers, urban planners, business leaders, academics and community groups alike. While continuation looms, we remain willing to sporadical add to our collection.

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