To understand how greater London has addressed the housing and transportation needs of the region in recent years To compare the British approach to housing and transportation planning with the American experience
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A Comparative Analysis of Housing and Transportation Policies and Planning in the U.S. and the U.K.
London, June 18-30, 2007
Visits to local housing and transportation planning agencies
Meeting with key public officials and policy analysts engaged in transportation and housing planning (City Hall, London Transport)
Visits to redeveloped public housing sites
Visits to local ethnic communities (East End)
Visits to non-profit organizations providing affordable housing
Visits to housing cooperatives
Visits to Docklands, including Canary Wharf And Light rail
Looking at the city
from the London’s eye
London walks, including Jewish ghetto and local markets
Single bedrooms with private sink, a total of 113 beds
Clean linen is provided for each guest and is changed weekly. Kitchens and bathrooms are thoroughly cleaned daily.
2 to 3 bathrooms and one kitchen for every 6 to 8 bedrooms
Laundry facilities on-site
Program fee includes:
January 31, 2007
The nonrefundable registration fee of $50 is due upon registration. A nonrefundable deposit of $200 is due two weeks after receipt of acceptance packet.
Dr. Michela Zonta
L.D. Wilder School of Govt. & Public Affairs