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Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland

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

York : Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, 2016. 210 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

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

APA

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

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Wallace A. Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland. York: Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, 2016. 210 p.

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Wallace, Alison. / Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland. York : Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, 2016. 210 p.

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