Gentrification and urban gentrification denote the socio-cultural changes in an area resulting from wealthier people buying housing property in a less prosperous community. Consequent to gentrification, the average income increases and average family size decreases in the community, which may result in the informal economic eviction of the lower-income residents, because of increased rents, house prices, and property taxes.
American Sociology Student writes about the Biscuit Mill
Jennifer Thorpe writes about the preparation for the worldcup
David Smith writes about Blikkiesdorp
Brent Meersman writes about the Bromwell Hotel
Brendon Bosworth writes in the BIG ISSUE about alleged relocations
A rather lame follow up by the M&G
Action Plans of the City of Capt Town