Gentrifying rural natures

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Award: RES-224-25-0076
PI: Martin Phillips, Department of Geography, University of Leicester
Dates: 30/09/2004 - 17/12/2005
 
High levels of biodiversity exist within the fabric of the rural built environment, a feature that has hitherto been poorly recognised both within research and policy contexts. Many rural residents greatly value contacts with nature and this forms a key component in attracting many rural in-migrants. Nature in village space is not a static entity but is being continually reworked through complex socio-nature processes.
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Publications and outputs

Article (1)
Diversity, scale and green landscapes in the gentrification process : traversing ecological and social science perspectives
Martin Phillips; Kevin Tansey; Kate Moore; Sue Page; Eirini Saratsi
15/02/2009

Book chapter (2)
People, culture and nature in the rural-urban fringe : impressions from a study of rural gentrification
Martin Phillips; Organizing Committee of IGC/IRC Congress
15/02/2009

Rural gentrification and new human and non-human occupants of the English countryside
Martin Phillips; Jean-Paul Diry
15/02/2009

Workshop (1)
Diversity, scale and green landscapes in the gentrification process : ecological and social science perspectives
M. Phillips; N/A Data Resources Scoping Study and The RELU Data Support Service; K. Moore; K. Tansey; S. Page
03/12/2009