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Ethnic Minority Restaurateurs and the Regeneration of ‘Banglatown’ inLondon’s East End

@inproceedings{Shaw2012EthnicMR,
  title={Ethnic Minority Restaurateurs and the Regeneration of ‘Banglatown’ inLondon’s East End},
  author={S. Shaw and S. Bagwell},
  year={2012}
}
This chapter examines the circumstances that transformed Brick Lane into ‘Banglatown - London’s Curry Capital’, focusing on the narratives of place promoted by new alliances of local government, business and civil society. While these partnerships widened participation, it would be naive to assume that the ‘stakeholders’ enjoyed equal influence over decisions regarding public intervention, some of which had profound implications for the area and their own well-being. More specifically, this… Expand
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