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The making of space and the losing of place : a critical geography of gentrification-by-bulldozer in the north of England.

  title={The making of space and the losing of place : a critical geography of gentrification-by-bulldozer in the north of England.},
  author={Lee Crookes},
Much like the economic system that drives and sustains it, gentrification is a dynamic phenomenon that is continuously evolving and diversifying to take advantage of new opportunities. The diversification and proliferation of gentrification takes different forms and envelops a range of geographies, actors and victims. Recently, state-led, 'new build' gentrification has emerged as the latest mutation of gentrification. To date, however, this particular form of gentrification has largely… 
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