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The London Property Market In Ad 2000

Author : C. Darlow
ISBN : 9781135684518
Genre : Reference
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This unique forcast of the shape of the property market of the future includes 22 individual research contributions by leading private practice, institutional and academic research departments and by other expert commentators. All the major components of the property mix - retail, commercial, industrial, residential and leisure - are considered in detail. Leading professionals also give their views on the investment strategies of the future, funding options, public sector involvement, property management and agency practice. Although this research concentrates on London and the South East of England the trends it reveals and the options it suggests are relevant to all major conurbations. There are important lessons here for every property professional, wherever based. This book was first published in 1986.

Urban Regeneration

Author : J.N. Berry
ISBN : 9781136738845
Genre : Architecture
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This book provides an in-depth analysis of the role of property investment and development in the urban regeneration process. It relates the physical, economic, financial and environmental aspects of urban change and development to the realities of particular cities by case studies drawn from Britain and Europe.

Industrial And Business Space Development

Author : C. Marsh
ISBN : 9781135834135
Genre : Architecture
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An insight into the changing nature of the industrial and business space property market and how business space development schemes can be initiated and implemented to revitalise urban areas.

Global Cities Routledge Library Editions Economic Geography

Author : Anthony D King
ISBN : 9781317504160
Genre : Social Science
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Since the late 1970s the role of key world cities such as Los Angeles, New York and London as centres of global control and co-ordination has come under increasing scrutiny. This book provides an overview and critique of work on the global context of metropolitan growth, world city formation and the theory it has generated. Suggesting ‘post-imperialism’ as the most appropriate framework for analysis, the author demonstrates the extent to which urban and regional development, both in Britain and elsewhere, were linked to a colonial mode of production, and highlights the effects of its disappearance. Against this background, the author charts the transformation of London from imperial capital in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to world city in the capitalist world economy of today.

Pais Bulletin

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ISBN : UOM:39015065659743
Genre : Economics
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The Private Rented Housing Market

Author : Professor David Hughes
ISBN : 9781409490999
Genre : Business & Economics
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The privately rented housing market has largely catered for young, mobile people and students since it was deregulated in the UK. In this volume, key writers provide timely insights into this rapidly evolving market. This volume is based on new, original research which brings together specialists in housing policy and legal studies, with their common and increasingly interdependent knowledge base about the privately rented sector and its future direction. The collection opens with an overview of the historical context and recent changes to the sector, such as the rapid and continued expansion of the buy-to-let market, followed by a discussion of the factors shaping the contemporary market. The contributors show how the new regulatory environment is opening a series of issues with significant potential to affect (and potentially damage) the market. The volume will interest academics and students in social and public policy, law and housing studies, as well as law practices and housing authorities.

Housing Disadvantaged People

Author : Jane Ball
ISBN : 9781136632419
Genre : Social Science
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Social housing appears to offer a solution for the housing of poor and disadvantaged people. The French "right to housing" offers poor and disadvantaged citizens priority in social housing allocation, and even a legal action against the State to obtain a social home. Despite this, France is suffering a long-lasting housing crisis with disadvantaged people having particular difficulties of access, often despite the efforts of local housing actors. This situation is affected by the European Court of Human Rights and EU decisions limiting diverse national housing and rental policies. Between historic French revolutions and the modern riots, negotiated solutions to social dilemmas emerged. Despite progress in constitutional principles, complex local negotiations still ultimately determine who is housed. Local social landlords, mayors and employee and tenant representatives use their privileges to house their insiders: existing tenants, locals and employees, with rent insufficiently subsidized. ‘Insider Outsider’ theory is used for an economic analysis of exclusion in social housing allocation: its processes, institutional context, and stigmatizing effects. This highlights the spatial effects of nimbyism, excluding disadvantaged outsiders, and concentrating them in deprived areas. Simultaneously, urban regeneration reduced affordable housing stock and ‘social mix’ became a reason to refuse a social home. History, comparative law, economic theory and local interviews with housing actors give a detailed picture of what happens in and around French social housing allocation for an interdisciplinary housing policy audience. Constitutional principles appear in an unfamiliar guise as negotiating positions, with the "right to property" supporting landlords and the "right to housing" supporting tenants. French debates about the function of social landlords are echoed across Europe and reflected in European policies concerning rights, and the exclusion of disadvantaged minorities.

Capital Spaces

Author : Matthew Carmona
ISBN : 9781136311963
Genre : Architecture
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In recent years it has become common-place to hear claims that public space in cities across the globe has become the exclusive preserve of the wealthy and privileged, at the expense of the needs of wider society. Whether it is the privatization of public space through commerical developments like shopping malls and business parks, the gentrification of existing spaces by campaigns against perceived anti-social behaviour or the increasing domination of public areas by private transport in the form of the car, the urban public space is seen as under threat. But are things really that bad? Has the market really become the sole factor that influences the treatment of public space? Have the financial and personal interests of the few really come to dominate those of the many? To answer these questions Matthew Carmona and Filipa Wunderlich have carried out a detailed investigation of the modern public spaces of London, that most global of cities. They have developed a new typology of public spaces applicable to all cities, a typology that demonstrates that to properly assess contemporary urban places means challenging the over-simplification of current critiques. Global cities are made up of many overlapping public spaces, good and bad; this book shows how to analyze this complexity, and to understand it.

Commercial Real Estate Investment

Author : Andrew Baum
ISBN : 9781136416422
Genre : Business & Economics
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* Author of high repute, both in academia and business * Clearly written, accessible and completely revised for investors, managers, advisors and students * Highly topical in today’s challenging market conditions This book uniquely combines academic literature and practical experience to provide a straightforward and integrated view on global real estate investment for pension funds, other institutions and professionals, particularly in the UK. The book is divided into three sections. Part One describes the market, the industry and the investment vehicles available, as well as a performance history of UK real estate as an asset class. Part Two discusses the property investment process and the tools required to develop excellence in executing that process. Part Three provides material for debate about the likely changes over the short and medium term. Designed for practitioners facing the tough global market challenges, this book provides a fascinating read for fund managers, investors, banking staff, property advisors and students.

Property Development

Author : David Isaac
ISBN : 9781137085566
Genre : Political Science
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From initial consideration to final marketing, this book provides a complete overview of the essential steps in the property development process making it a must-have resource for students and professionals in property finance and development, planning, surveying and construction. Covering site-finding, valuation, funding and construction, the book examines each step of the process in the context of property development, avoiding overly technical jargon and explaining concepts clearly. This second edition has been revised and updated throughout, taking into account the effects of the credit crunch on development activity and funding. The authors also discuss changes in policy, thinking and practice which have stemmed from a desire by all stakeholders in the development process to foster more sustainable property developments.

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