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Review of the areas of poverty in Sheffield 1987.

Sheffield (England). Department of Land and Planning. Planning Division.

Review of the areas of poverty in Sheffield 1987.

by Sheffield (England). Department of Land and Planning. Planning Division.

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Published by Department of Land and Planning, Sheffield City Council in Sheffield .
Written in English


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Report to Urban Strategy Panel (Policy) 7th September, 1987 on the review of the areas of poverty in Sheffield.

SeriesPlanning policy background paper
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14382598M

analysis, areas in Sheffield which fall within the most deprived decile nationally constitute the largest single category. • Dimensions of Deprivation in Sheffield This section of the report explores the different dimensions of deprivation in Sheffield as they relate to the individual ‘domains’ on the Indices of Deprivation   The area review report for Sheffield city region consists of: the main report showing: the process the steering group followed; the information they considered.

Buy Problems of Poverty by John A Hobson online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 11 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ % of Sheffield, AL residents had an income below the poverty level in , which was % greater than the poverty level of % across the entire state of Alabama. Taking into account residents not living in families, % of high school graduates and .

Sheffield Hallam is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since by Olivia Blake of the Labour Party. [n 2] Hallam is a marginal seat which was previously held by Nick Clegg, the former Leader of the Liberal Democrats and Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom until he was unseated by Labour in Created: In the s and the s studying of urban poverty was focused on the urban underclass - the poorest of the poor inhabitants of cities, and the way these people live in post-industrial environment, often without a job or even the prospect of steady work. Modern methods of studying urban poverty are .


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