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Area effects: what do they mean for British housing and regeneration policy?

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Author(s)

  • Rowland Atkinson
  • Keith Kintrea

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JournalEuropean Journal of Housing Policy
DatePublished - 2002
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Examines the research agenda and the policy implications of 'area effects' for British housing policy. Focuses on policies for the regeneration of deprived housing areas.; Questions the contention that area effects operating in deprived areas may be a source of social exclusion. Sets this in the broader context of the labour market and housing; systems which have created spatial concentrations of poverty. Examines the key propositions concerning area effects focusing on the conditions for the effects to exist, and; the mechanisms through which the effects come into play. Discusses measures which might be pursued to ameliorate outcomes due to area effects. Suggests that accepting the; implications of area effects offers a strong challenge to conventional thinking about area regeneration. Concludes that the role of area effects suggests a renewed centrality; of many aspects of housing policy in combating social exclusion.

    Research areas

  • United kingdom, housing, regeneration, policy, social exclusion, deprivation, poverty, neighbourhoods, social impact, economic impact, communities, participation, decision making, urban areas, ib320, tmk

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