How is London responding to social and economic crises, and to the challenges of sustaining its population, economy and global status? Sustainable development discourse has come to permeate different policy fields, including transport, housing, property development and education. In this exciting book, authors highlight the uneven impacts and effects of these policies in London, including the creation of new social and economic inequalities. The contributors seek to move sustainable city debates and policies in London towards a progressive, socially just future that advances the public good. The book is essential reading for urban practitioners and policy makers, and students in social, urban and environmental geography, sociology and urban studies.Central London was well provided with such elite schools, although many upper- class children were also sent as boarders to the ... small London County Council (LCC) boroughs that catered for the middle classes unable or unwilling to send their children to fee-paying schools ... There was a broad distinction between inner London that was generally the poor and working-class part of London, and theanbsp;...
|Author||:||Imrie, Rob, Lees, Loretta|
|Publisher||:||Policy Press - 2014-09-24|