Moving Houses

Winners and Losers in the Housing Market
  • Patrick McNeill
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Abstract

In April 1989, the Salvation Army and Surrey University carried out a survey of people sleeping rough in London, the first since the 19th century. The results will give a snapshot of the current situation, with evidence of recent trends. The fact that the survey was done indicates that the problem of sleeping rough is thought to be on the increase.

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Further Reading

  1. Murie, A. (1983) Housing Inequality and Deprivation (Heinemann).Google Scholar
  2. Parker, J. and Mirrlees, C. (1988) ‘Housing’ in A.H. Halsey (ed.) British Social Trends since 1900 (Macmillan).Google Scholar
  3. Shelter (1988) Raise the Roof.Google Scholar

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© David Barrat, Chris Brown, Tony Cole, Peter de la Cour, David Cutler and Karim Murji, Roger Gomm, Patrick McNeill 1991

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