London Gentrification

Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Belushi, May 30, 2015.

  1. brogdale

    brogdale Coming to terms with late onset Anarchism

    Surrogate for gentrification mapped:-


    Red/Orange = substantial falls in Housing benefit caseload (2011-2016); Blues = rising caseload.
    Last edited: Feb 27, 2017
  2. not-bono-ever

    not-bono-ever Alles hat ein Ende nur eine Wurst hat zwei

    may as well dump this into Belushi's( RIP) Thread

    High living, low sales: Shard apartments still empty, five years on

    mostly unsold, but look at this delightful take on its location

    "Pryor said the Shard apartments have not been able to attract prices near the record £136m paid for a flat in the Candy brothers’ One Hyde Park for reasons that any avid watcher of TV property shows would know: “Location, location, location.”
    “Kirstie and Phil tell us it every week, location, location, location. Rich people don’t want to shell out zillions living south of the river, it’s a shock enough living anywhere south of the [Hyde] park,” he said. “Nobody knows anyone who lives south of the river"
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  3. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Starry Wisdom

    it would be much better done and more informative if there was more gradation between the changes. they don't cover equal percentage changes and undermine the utility of the map.
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  4. stockwelljonny

    stockwelljonny Wait here I have gone to get help

  5. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Starry Wisdom

  6. Poi E

    Poi E shameless

    I took grim pleasure in seeing how long it took to take down some of the tower blocks on the way up to London Bridge. Much better built than the plastic clad, spray-textured shit that replaced them.
  7. brogdale

    brogdale Coming to terms with late onset Anarchism

    I'm hoping to visit this exhibition next week. An excerpt from an interesting piece about the exhibition:

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