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Food deserts for some and gastronomic quarters for others?
Premium food markets, farmers markets and organic food halls are now becoming more prevalent in Britain’s metropolitan cities – often being suggested as catalysts for gentrification of inner city neighbourhoods. Concurrently, the media posts reports on obesity, fast food, and poor diet.
Susan Parham will explore the politics behind these stories at Rethinking Cities’ next Conversation on Future Lifestyles at the Royal Commonwealth Society, Northumberland Avenue, London on Wednesday 5th March. She has chosen the topic: Food deserts for some and gastronomic quarters for others? The politics, sustainability and design of food-centred regeneration in London.
If you would like to join Susan Parham in Conversation, then follow the links beneath to register your interest.
Date added: 20 January 2008
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