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Big Capital: Who Is London For?
by Anna Minton
June 24, 2017 - June 24, 2017

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Minton, A. (2017). Big Capital: Who Is London For?. Penguin.


Penguin, 2017. 154 pages.

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p.110
ontology »
(noun) a branch of metaphysics concerned with t...
p.70
gentrification »
(noun) the process of renewal and rebuilding ac...
p.40
land banking »
the practice of aggregating parcels of land for...
p.32
Beveridge Report »
officially "Social Insurance and Allied Service...
p.31
betterment »
(noun) an improvement that adds to the value of...
p.126
one solution: a development land tax
[...] Top of the list is a need for a developme...
p.107
the consequences of the exodus from London
One of the consequences of the exodus from Lond...
p.92
straight into the pockets of private landlords
[...] More than 40 per cent of the entire housi...
p.36
the solution is not extra supply
The free market answer to the malfunctioning pl...
p.xiv
global capital flows, not local circumstances
[...] I hope to expose the lie that the housing...

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Demolitions

includes a charming story about drama students being paid to pretend to support the development of one of Frank Gehry's buildings

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Demolitions

includes a charming story about drama students being paid to pretend to support the development of one of Frank Gehry's buildings

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From Bricks to Benefits

about people in social housing being moved to cheaper areas

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From Bricks to Benefits

about people in social housing being moved to cheaper areas

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