Spatial Justice & Social Housing

Sarah GlynnWhere the Other Half Lives  2009. New York: Pluto Press.

The work considers the issues surrounding social housing in today’s neoliberal economic climate. The work ties in with key institute issues around spatial agency and spatial justice for people living in housing estates and in council housing.

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See Neil Smith’s classic essay New Globalism, New Urbanism: Gentrification as Global Urban Strategy in Antipode Volume 34, Issue 3, pages 427-450, July 2002.

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See Corporate Watch Issue 50/51 2011 on the Housing Crisis?

 

 

 

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