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Newcomers and movers Of London and Mumbai: Which is likely to have the most newcomers? Where will they be from? Where are they mostly to end up living? What problems does this lead to? Which will have the most movers? Where will they be moving between? What problems can this lead to?

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Newcomers and movers

Of London and Mumbai:

  • Which is likely to have the most newcomers?
  • Where will they be from?
  • Where are they mostly to end up living?
  • What problems does this lead to?
  • Which will have the most movers?
  • Where will they be moving between?
  • What problems can this lead to?

newcomers (shanty towns and inner cities) and movers (suburbanisation and re-urbanisation.)

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London - Gentrification:

  • Houses redeveloped (“done up”)
  • High density of coffee shops, bars, restaurants and delis
  • Pedestrianised streets
  • New public art
  • House prices higher
  • “traditional” shops closed
  • Old fashioned pubs re-developed