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Estate Regeneration and Social Value
Anne Power and Bert Provan
Home Group is committed to assessing the social value to low income communities of regeneration and upgrading. This research was commissioned by Home Group and closely links to their recently developed “Customer Promise”...Read more...
22 August 2019
Retrofit to the Rescue: Environmental upgrading of multi-storey estates
Alice Belotti, Ellie Benton, Laura Lane and Anne Power
'Retrofit to the Rescue' looks at the ambitious refurbishment of Wilmcote House in Portsmouth for a new study on the social impact of retrofit works. In 2010 LSE Housing and Communities were asked to conduct interviews...Read more...
8 March 2019
The Political Quarterly:
Mixing Communities? Riots, Regeneration and Renewal on Problem Estates in France and England
Riots, social exclusion, and endless improvement programmes have been a feature of the poorest neighbourhoods in France and England for the last thirty-five years or more—particularly focused on large social housing esta...Read more...
24 July 2017
Labour's Record on Neighbourhood Renewal in England: Policy, Spending and Outcomes 1997-2010
Ruth Lupton, Alex Fenton and Amanda Fitzgerald
When he came to power in 1997, Tony Blair reacted to widening disparities between poorer and richer neighbourhoods by declaring that no one in future decades should be seriously disadvantaged by where they lived. This pa...Read more...
12 November 2013
Neighbourhood Management and the Future of Urban Areas
This paper is about low-income neighbourhoods, their organisation and management. It is not a study in deprivation, but is about problem-solving, about the reforms in delivery underway in Britain, about long run attempts...Read more...
Social Exclusion and the Future of Cities
Anne Power and William Julius Wilson
In both Britain and the United States, people have been moving away from the inner cities to suburban developments, often leaving behind concentrations of poverty and decaying neighbourhoods. Anne Power's paper focuses o...Read more...
Anne Power and Emmet Bergin
The way we run urban neighbourhoods in Britain is a key to reversing social exclusion, crime and poor performance on almost every front in our cities. This study for the Social Exclusion Unit of seven models of neighbour...Read more...
Include Me Out? The New Politics of Place and Poverty (published in 'Policy Studies', 21:1, April 2000)
London is being successfully regenerated at present, yet poverty and social exclusion are increasing. The paradox is explained in part by the openness of the London economy and the lack of basic skills of a substantial m...Read more...