Residential Change and Demographic Challenge

Residential Change and Demographic Challenge

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Using selected second-order cities in Poland (Gdansk and LA³dz) and the Czech Republic (Brno and Ostrava) by way of illustration, this book examines the nexus between urban development and demographic change in East and Central European inner cities, particularly in residential areas. In doing so, the volume provides a framework for linking urban and demographic research, while also exploring parallels and differences in comparison with broader European patterns.Bmo Komarov (peri-rural district at the urban edge): shared rental room in halls of residence 3. ... From Petra#39;s perspective, the privatization of the municipal housing stock is a major trigger for this process. ... and, leta#39;s put it this way, speculators will snatch them all up, and they will then sell everything to people who want to live in a flat of their own and who will be willing to invest money in their property.

Title:Residential Change and Demographic Challenge
Author: A. Haase
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2011-01-01

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