London's Turning

London's Turning

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Providing a comprehensive overview and critique of the Thames Gateway plan, this volume examines the impact of urban planning and demographic change on East London's material and social environment. It also examines the immediate and longer term prospects for the Thames Gateway project both in relation to the 'Olympics effect' and the growth of new forms of regionalism.Research on working-class suburbanisation suggests that it tended to involve movement by more affluent younger workers and their ... According to Hamnett ( 2003), there has been increasing social polarisation in London and this has taken a housing tenure form. ... One impact of gentrification and residualisation is that those on middle incomes, notably skilled manual and white- 3 See Dench et al.

Title:London's Turning
Author:Philip Cohen, Michael J. Rustin
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2008-01-01


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