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Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland: Summary Report

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Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland : Summary Report. / Wallace, Alison.

8 p. York : Centre for Housing Policy, University of York. 2016, Summary report.

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Wallace, A 2016, Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland: Summary Report. Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, York.

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Wallace, A. (2016, Mar 2). Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland: Summary Report. Centre for Housing Policy, University of York.

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Wallace A. Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland: Summary Report. 2016. 8 p.

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Wallace, Alison. / Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland : Summary Report. 2016. York : Centre for Housing Policy, University of York. 8 p.

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