Cities are losing attractions with their pale images as blighted spaces are emerging within the metropolitan areas. These blighted spaces also termed as ‘Lost spaces’ or ‘Neglected spaces’ that deteriorating our urban environment. This book is an attempt to find a resilient strategy for better living environment termed as ‘Third place’. Urban regeneration proposal indicates a complex transformation process from ‘Lost space’ to ‘Third place’. In the developing countries, urban renewal is preferred to comprehensive development due to limited resources. Process of urban design expected to have a sociocultural basis, with an economic appropriateness to its context, context of human and physical, real and perceived. Learning from the global practice and application in a local context requires deeper understanding and knowledge. Traditional urban design methods cannot meet the needs of the citizens. This book therefore provides a resilient analysis evolved from the local aspects, derived from Carmona’s ‘Values of urban design’. This work intends to open up a new frontier in the field of urbanism, and expects to be useful for readers interested in urban design or related fields.