par Romainville, Alice
Référence Housing Assets, Housing People (1-4 septembre 2009: Glasgow - Department of Urban Studies)
Publication Non publié, 2009-09-03
Communication à un colloque
Résumé : Many authors have remarked on the influence of State intervention on the shifts in the spatial allocation of investments in the urban environment. In Brussels, some inner-city neighbourhoods experience gentrification and are, at the same time, the target of an array of middle-class home ownership policies developed by the Brussels-Capital Region. The objectives pursued by these policies are unclear and somewhat questionable. Through an analysis of the socioeconomic profile of the beneficiaries and their geography, this article tries to measure the influence of these interventions on the housing market.