The meaning of the built environment during gentrification in Canada

@article{Blanger2012TheMO,
  title={The meaning of the built environment during gentrification in Canada},
  author={H{\'e}l{\`e}ne B{\'e}langer},
  journal={Journal of Housing and the Built Environment},
  year={2012},
  volume={27},
  pages={31-47}
}
Regeneration of derelict neighborhoods is an objective of many (local) governments. Various approaches and actions, such as the revitalization of public spaces in residential environments, are assumed to benefit local residents. However, regeneration may attract a new population different from the local residents in socio-economic profiles and lifestyle choices. Of particular interest in this research project is the way in which the arrival of new residents influences how public spaces are used… Expand
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