The Rural Housing Question: Community and Planning in Britain's Countrysides
by Madhu Satsangi, Nick Gallent and Mark Bevan
Policy Press, The, 2010
Paper: 978-1-84742-384-9 | Cloth: 978-1-84742-385-6
Library of Congress Classification HD7289.G8S38 2010
Dewey Decimal Classification 363.580941091734

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
For the past century, governments have been compelled, time and again, to return to the search for solutions to the housing and economic challenges posed by a restructuring countryside. The rural housing question is an analysis of the complexity of housing and development tensions in the rural areas of England, Wales and Scotland. It analyses a range of topics: from attitudes to rural development, economic change, land use, planning and counter-urbanisation; through retirement and ageing, leisure consumption, lifestyle shifts and homelessness; to public and private house building, private and public renting and community initiatives. Across this spectrum of concerns, it attempts to isolate the fundamental tensions that give the rural housing question an intractable quality. The book is aimed at policy makers, researchers, students and anyone with an interest in the future of the British countryside.

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