Hamnett C, 1991, "The relationship between residential migration and housing tenure in London, 1971 - 81: a longitudinal analysis" Environment and Planning A 23(8) 1147 – 1162
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The relationship between residential migration and housing tenure in London, 1971 - 81: a longitudinal analysis
Received 9 March 1990; in revised form 26 October 1990
Abstract. In this paper, OPCS (Office of Population Censuses and Surveys) 1% longitudinal study data for a sample of 60 500 individuals were used to examine the relationships between housing tenure and residential migration in inner and outer London between 1971 and 1981. Three questions are examined. First, the extent to which migration rates within and from London differ by tenure and their links to differences in the socioeconomic composition of tenures; second, the extent to which different tenure structures are associated with different migration patterns; and third the relationship between patterns of tenure origins and destinations. It is argued that geographical differences in housing tenure structures play an important part in influencing migration flows, and that changes in tenure structure may influence migration.
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