The contrasting fortunes of the housing market in different areas of the country are a major political issue. Plans to build large numbers of new houses on greenfield sites in southeast England have caused outrage and consternation in some quarters, while intentions to demolish properties in areas of housing market failure have provoked similar reactions. This article investigates the operation of the housing market in East Lancashire, looking at differences at regional and local levels, uncovering a much more complex situation than simplistic headlines might suggest.
|Journal||North West Geography|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|