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The housing / care divide

Sally Gregory

The housing / care divide

community care and the management of single person housing in Oxford

by Sally Gregory

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Published by Oxford Brookes University, School of Planning in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Single people -- Housing -- England -- Oxford.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSally Gregory, Sue Brownill.
    SeriesWorking paper / Oxford Brookes University, School of Planning -- no.158
    ContributionsBrownill, Sue., Oxford Brookes University. School of Planning.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv,75p. :
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19849393M
    ISBN 100863421075
    OCLC/WorldCa33696898

    That’s what Joseph E. Stiglitz proves in “The Great Divide.” The book, which is a compilation of articles written over the past seven years by the former World Bank chief economist, is built. Housing choices reflect political divide. May 7, or health care shouldn’t be a partisan issue, or whatever, because of course we all care about good schools, good medical care, and other.

    The digital divide limits business development in low-income areas of cities and in rural areas. “Broadband infrastructure is a critical component of creating an ecosystem that supports entrepreneurship, enabling businesses to expand market reach and customer bases,” Barton writes in the recently released : Karen Mracek.   If the violations aren’t yet on record with the Department of Housing Preservation and Development, then you should call (or a direct line at the agency) to report would at least get the official process going. Once they’re on record, Housing Preservation and Development steps in to do critical repairs to things that jeopardize the health and safety of tenants (like no heat.

      Building Bridges Across the Generational Divide Despite all the hand-wringing about the graying of America, the needs and assets of older and younger people are s: Housing choices reflect political divide. May 9, Sampson Independent Opinion 0. or health care shouldn’t be a partisan issue, or whatever, because of course we all care about good schools, good medical care, and other good things. Progressive Democrats and conservative Republicans tend to disagree about issues such as housing.


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