‘Messages from three mature mixed-tenure communities’


 

 

Dear Executive, Guidance & Advisory Colleagues
 
Further to previous disseminations on importance of economic integration in strategies to improve deprived neighbourhoods and supporting existing communities & on importance of ‘personal & community integration’ with measures to promote wider ‘community cohesion’ attached please find in support of my paper titled "Joint Question to ODPM, Milton Keynes Partnership Committee and Health & Social Care Partners of MKSM Project and the respective Central Government Colleagues on "EQUALITIES, SOCIAL INCLUSION, SOCIAL MOBILITY, COMMUNITY COHESION & SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES." – findings on ‘Messages from three mature mixed-tenure communities

 http://www.jrf.org.uk/knowledge/findings/housing/0465.asp

 
This study examines the experiences of residents and professionals connected with three neighbourhoods created as mixed-tenure communities over 20 years ago.
 
Best regards

Anant

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