Re-reading the city : deregulation and neighbourhood change
Space and Polity
Processes of deregulation and privatisation have been gradually transforming the familiar residential and tenurial structures of English cities. Patterns of access to housing have changed and, to varying degrees, the social composition and social roles of neighbourhoods. This paper explores some aspects of these changes in three types of residential area, examines some of the interconnections and indicates the ways in which these changes link to broader and more fundamental social transformations.
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Forrest, R., & Kennett, P. (1998). Re-reading the city: Deregulation and neighbourhood change. Space and Polity, 2(1), 71-83. doi: 10.1080/13562579808721771