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How is Gentrification Impacting Contemporary London?

Hosted by LSE London and the Department of Geography and Environment

Alumni Theatre, New Academic Building

Speakers

Dr Antoine Paccoud

LISER

Dr Patria Roman-Velazquez

Loughborough University/ Latin Elephant

Chair

Dr Alan Mace

Dr Alan Mace

Associate Professor of Urban Planning, LSE

In a session chaired by Dr Alan Mace (LSE), Antoine Paccoud (LISER) and Patria Roman-Velazquez (Loughborough University/ Latin Elephant) will be discussing how gentrification is impacting contemporary London. 

Our new seminar series London Talks creates a space to exchange knowledge on these changes linking them to LSE’s research. In so doing, we aim to create partnerships with significant London stakeholders and show how research and practice in London link to cities across the world.

This interactive session will bring together professionals, academics and the public around short presentations and a general discussion. 

More on gentrification in London: 
Paccoud, Antoine and Mace, Alan (2018) Tenure change in London’s suburbs: spreading gentrification or suburban upscaling? Urban Studies, 55 (6). pp. 1313-1328. ISSN 0042-0980

 Paccoud, Antoine (2017) Buy-to-let gentrification: extending social change through tenure shifts. Environment and Planning A, 49 (4). pp. 839-856. ISSN 0308-518X
 
Paccoud, Antoine (2014) Migrant trajectories in London - ‘spreading wings’ or facing displacement? In: Kochan, Ben, (ed.) Migration and London's Growth. LSE London, London, UK, pp. 26-39. ISBN 9781909890114

Roman-Velazquez, P (2014) Claiming a place in the global city: Urban regeneration and Latin American spaces in LondonPolitical Economy of Technology, Information & Culture Journal (EPTIC), 16(1), pp.68-83, ISSN: 1518-2487. 
 
King, J, Hall, SM, Roman-Velazquez, P (2018) Socio-Economic Value at the Elephant and Castle, pp.1-20, Latin Elephant, Loughborough University, London School of Economics.
 
Roman-Velazquez, P and Hill, N (2016) The Case for London's Latin Quarter: Retention, Growth, Sustainability, pp.1-106, Latin Elephant & Southwark Council, 

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