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Second Homes: European Perspectives and UK Policies (Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning) ePub download

by Alan Mace,M Tewdwr-Jones,Nick Gallent

  • Author: Alan Mace,M Tewdwr-Jones,Nick Gallent
  • ISBN: 0754642399
  • ISBN13: 978-0754642398
  • ePub: 1926 kb | FB2: 1859 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Earth Sciences
  • Publisher: Routledge (February 28, 2005)
  • Pages: 272
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Second Homes: European Perspectives and UK Policies (Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning) ePub download

Gallent, . Mace, . Tewdwr-Jones, M. (2005).

Gallent, . In the face of anecdotal evidence being presented to answer these questions, Second Homes: European Perspectives and UK Policies, offers a more comprehensive analysis of the second homes question as it now exists. Those interested in rural and housing studies will find the book valuable.

Second homes: european perspectives and UK policies.

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Second homes are once again a source of political and social contention in rural areas.

Second homes are once again a source of political and social contention in rural areas. The British government's decision to reduce Council Tax discounts on second homes in England in April 2004 has caused wide debate in local communities, local authorities, and the media. The debate has not only focused on the vexed Council Tax issue, but on wider rural housing concerns. Questions have been raised as to whether second homes are a major cause of housing affordability problems in rural areas, and whether they lead to the displacement of local people in rural communities

By Nick Gallent, Alan Mace.

By Nick Gallent, Alan Mace. Recognizing that solutions to second home problems require policy measures extending beyond the housing and planning realms, the book avoids sentimentality, to challenge us to acknowledge the complexity of local housing markets, the varied roles of second homes within those markets, and the undesirability of failure to integrate social demand for second home ownership into progressive policies for the future.

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Nick Gallent, Alan Mace. Second homes are once again a source of political and social contention in rural areas. Dispelling a myth? Second homes in rural Wales A Mace. N Gallent, A Mace, M Tewdwr-Jones. Dispelling a myth? Second homes in rural Wales. N Gallent, A Mace, M TewdwrJones. Area 35 (3), 271-284, 2003. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 31 (6), 1133-1146, 2013. Second homes and holiday homes and the land use planning system. M Tewdwr-Jones, N Gallent, A Mace. Cardiff, Welsh Assembly, 2002. Rural second homes in Europe: examining housing supply and planning control. N Gallent, M Tewdwr-Jones. The communicative turn in urban planning: Unravelling paradigmatic, imperialistic and moralistic dimensions. P Allmendinger, M Tewdwr-Jones. Space and polity 6 (1), 5-24, 2002. The European Dimension of British Planning. M Tewdwr-Jones, RH Williams.

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Second home owners, locals and their perspectives on rural development Second homes: European perspectives and UK policies. Hampshire: Ashgate Publishing.

Second home owners, locals and their perspectives on rural development. Journal of Rural Studies, 30, 41–51. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. The social value of second homes in rural communities. Housing, Theory and Society, 31(2), 174–191. Journal of Rural Studies, 38, 99–108. Second homes: European perspectives and UK policies. García-Andreu, . Ortiz, . & Aledo, A. (2015).

Second homes are once again a source of political and social contention in rural areas. The British government's decision to reduce Council Tax discounts on second homes in England in April 2004 has caused wide debate in local communities, local authorities, and the media. The debate has not only focused on the vexed Council Tax issue, but on wider rural housing concerns. Questions have been raised as to whether second homes are a major cause of housing affordability problems in rural areas, and whether they lead to the displacement of local people in rural communities. In the face of anecdotal evidence being presented to answer these questions, Second Homes: European Perspectives and UK Policies, offers a more comprehensive analysis of the second homes question as it now exists. This up-to-date and authoritative analysis of second homes draws on the latest research and offers a critical insight into current housing problems in rural communities. Those interested in rural and housing studies will find the book valuable.