Spatial mobility, tenure mobility, and emerging social divisions in the UK housing market
Environment and Planning A
SAGE Publications Ltd
The aim in this paper is to contribute to current debates on emerging social divisions in the British housing market. Debates on the residualisation of council housing, differentiation within homeownership, and housing tenure polarisation are discussed. A particular concern is the development of a more processual account of the shaping of housing histories of different groups at different points in the income and social structure and the linking of debates within housing to broader accounts of the changing structure of British society.
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Forrest, R. (1987). Spatial mobility, tenure mobility, and emerging social divisions in the UK housing market. Environment and Planning A, 19(12), 1611-1630. doi: 10.1068/a191611