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Town Planning Review (2015), 86, (6), 739–748.

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BARCUS, H. B. and BRUNN, S. D. (2010), ‘Place elasticity: exploring a new conceptualization of mobility and place attachment in rural America’, Geogr. Ann. Ser. B, Hum. Geogr, 92, 281–95. Place elasticity: exploring a new conceptualization of mobility and place attachment in rural America Geogr. Ann. Ser. B, Hum. Geogr 92 281 95 Google Scholar

FINCHER, R., IVESON, K., LEITNER, H. and PRESTON, V. (2014), ‘Planning in the multicultural city: celebrating diversity or reinforcing difference?’,Progress in Planning, 92, 1–55. Planning in the multicultural city: celebrating diversity or reinforcing difference? Progress in Planning 92 1 55 Google Scholar

PHILLIMORE, J. (2014), ‘Delivering maternity services in an era of superdiversity: the challenges of novelty and newness’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Delivering maternity services in an era of superdiversity: the challenges of novelty and newness Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Google Scholar

VERTOVEC, S. (2007), ‘Super-diversity and its implications’, Ethnic and Racial Studies 30, 1024–54. Super-diversity and its implications Ethnic and Racial Studies 30 1024 54 Google Scholar

ADOLFSSON, M. (2012), Suburbia Gone Wild http://suburbiagonewild.com/ (accessed 26 February 2015). Google Scholar

ASSOCIATED PRESS in Tegucigalpa (2012), ‘Honduran judges rule against privately run ‘model cities’ project’, The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/oct/04/honduran-judgesreject-model-cities (accessed 30 January 2015). Google Scholar

CENTRAL AMERICA DATA.COM http://www.centralamericadata.com/en/search?q1=content_en_le%3A%22private+city%22 (accessed 30 January 2015). Google Scholar

GARREAU, J. (1991), Edge City: Life on the New Frontier, Anchor Books, New York. Edge City: Life on the New Frontier Google Scholar

LANDMAN, K. and SCHÖNTEICH, M. (2002), ‘Urban fortresses: gated communities as a reaction to crime’, African Security Review, 11, 71–85. Urban fortresses: gated communities as a reaction to crime African Security Review 11 71 85 Google Scholar

MACGUIRE, E. (2014) http://edition.cnn.com/2014/05/09/business/gallery/suburbia-gone-wild-mcmansions/ (accessed 30 January 2015). Google Scholar

RITZER, G. (1998), The McDonaldization Thesis: Explorations and Extensions, California, Pine Forge Press, an imprint of Sage Publication. Google Scholar

FLINT, J. and RACO, M. (eds) (2012), The Future of Sustainable Cities: Critical Reflections, Bristol, Policy Press. The Future of Sustainable Cities: Critical Reflections Google Scholar

IMRIE, R. and LEES, L. (eds) (2014), Sustainable London? The Future of a Global City. Bristol, Policy Press. Sustainable London? The Future of a Global City Google Scholar

GRIN, J., ROTMANS, J. and SCHOT, J. (2010), Transitions to Sustainable Development: New Directions in the Study of Long Term Transformative Change, Abingdon, Routledge. Transitions to Sustainable Development: New Directions in the Study of Long Term Transformative Change Google Scholar

DOUCET, B. (2009), ‘Living through gentrification: subjective experiences of local, non-gentrifying residents in Leith, Edinburgh’, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 24, 299–315. Living through gentrification: subjective experiences of local, non-gentrifying residents in Leith, Edinburgh Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 24 299 315 Google Scholar

BARCUS, H. B. and BRUNN, S. D. (2010), ‘Place elasticity: exploring a new conceptualization of mobility and place attachment in rural America’, Geogr. Ann. Ser. B, Hum. Geogr, 92, 281–95. Place elasticity: exploring a new conceptualization of mobility and place attachment in rural America Geogr. Ann. Ser. B, Hum. Geogr 92 281 95 Google Scholar

FINCHER, R., IVESON, K., LEITNER, H. and PRESTON, V. (2014), ‘Planning in the multicultural city: celebrating diversity or reinforcing difference?’,Progress in Planning, 92, 1–55. Planning in the multicultural city: celebrating diversity or reinforcing difference? Progress in Planning 92 1 55 Google Scholar

PHILLIMORE, J. (2014), ‘Delivering maternity services in an era of superdiversity: the challenges of novelty and newness’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Delivering maternity services in an era of superdiversity: the challenges of novelty and newness Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Google Scholar

VERTOVEC, S. (2007), ‘Super-diversity and its implications’, Ethnic and Racial Studies 30, 1024–54. Super-diversity and its implications Ethnic and Racial Studies 30 1024 54 Google Scholar

ADOLFSSON, M. (2012), Suburbia Gone Wild http://suburbiagonewild.com/ (accessed 26 February 2015). Google Scholar

ASSOCIATED PRESS in Tegucigalpa (2012), ‘Honduran judges rule against privately run ‘model cities’ project’, The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/oct/04/honduran-judgesreject-model-cities (accessed 30 January 2015). Google Scholar

CENTRAL AMERICA DATA.COM http://www.centralamericadata.com/en/search?q1=content_en_le%3A%22private+city%22 (accessed 30 January 2015). Google Scholar

GARREAU, J. (1991), Edge City: Life on the New Frontier, Anchor Books, New York. Edge City: Life on the New Frontier Google Scholar

LANDMAN, K. and SCHÖNTEICH, M. (2002), ‘Urban fortresses: gated communities as a reaction to crime’, African Security Review, 11, 71–85. Urban fortresses: gated communities as a reaction to crime African Security Review 11 71 85 Google Scholar

MACGUIRE, E. (2014) http://edition.cnn.com/2014/05/09/business/gallery/suburbia-gone-wild-mcmansions/ (accessed 30 January 2015). Google Scholar

RITZER, G. (1998), The McDonaldization Thesis: Explorations and Extensions, California, Pine Forge Press, an imprint of Sage Publication. Google Scholar

FLINT, J. and RACO, M. (eds) (2012), The Future of Sustainable Cities: Critical Reflections, Bristol, Policy Press. The Future of Sustainable Cities: Critical Reflections Google Scholar

IMRIE, R. and LEES, L. (eds) (2014), Sustainable London? The Future of a Global City. Bristol, Policy Press. Sustainable London? The Future of a Global City Google Scholar

GRIN, J., ROTMANS, J. and SCHOT, J. (2010), Transitions to Sustainable Development: New Directions in the Study of Long Term Transformative Change, Abingdon, Routledge. Transitions to Sustainable Development: New Directions in the Study of Long Term Transformative Change Google Scholar

DOUCET, B. (2009), ‘Living through gentrification: subjective experiences of local, non-gentrifying residents in Leith, Edinburgh’, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 24, 299–315. Living through gentrification: subjective experiences of local, non-gentrifying residents in Leith, Edinburgh Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 24 299 315 Google Scholar

BARCUS, H. B. and BRUNN, S. D. (2010), ‘Place elasticity: exploring a new conceptualization of mobility and place attachment in rural America’, Geogr. Ann. Ser. B, Hum. Geogr, 92, 281–95. Place elasticity: exploring a new conceptualization of mobility and place attachment in rural America Geogr. Ann. Ser. B, Hum. Geogr 92 281 95 Google Scholar

FINCHER, R., IVESON, K., LEITNER, H. and PRESTON, V. (2014), ‘Planning in the multicultural city: celebrating diversity or reinforcing difference?’,Progress in Planning, 92, 1–55. Planning in the multicultural city: celebrating diversity or reinforcing difference? Progress in Planning 92 1 55 Google Scholar

PHILLIMORE, J. (2014), ‘Delivering maternity services in an era of superdiversity: the challenges of novelty and newness’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Delivering maternity services in an era of superdiversity: the challenges of novelty and newness Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Google Scholar

VERTOVEC, S. (2007), ‘Super-diversity and its implications’, Ethnic and Racial Studies 30, 1024–54. Super-diversity and its implications Ethnic and Racial Studies 30 1024 54 Google Scholar

ADOLFSSON, M. (2012), Suburbia Gone Wild http://suburbiagonewild.com/ (accessed 26 February 2015). Google Scholar

ASSOCIATED PRESS in Tegucigalpa (2012), ‘Honduran judges rule against privately run ‘model cities’ project’, The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/oct/04/honduran-judgesreject-model-cities (accessed 30 January 2015). Google Scholar

CENTRAL AMERICA DATA.COM http://www.centralamericadata.com/en/search?q1=content_en_le%3A%22private+city%22 (accessed 30 January 2015). Google Scholar

GARREAU, J. (1991), Edge City: Life on the New Frontier, Anchor Books, New York. Edge City: Life on the New Frontier Google Scholar

LANDMAN, K. and SCHÖNTEICH, M. (2002), ‘Urban fortresses: gated communities as a reaction to crime’, African Security Review, 11, 71–85. Urban fortresses: gated communities as a reaction to crime African Security Review 11 71 85 Google Scholar

MACGUIRE, E. (2014) http://edition.cnn.com/2014/05/09/business/gallery/suburbia-gone-wild-mcmansions/ (accessed 30 January 2015). Google Scholar

RITZER, G. (1998), The McDonaldization Thesis: Explorations and Extensions, California, Pine Forge Press, an imprint of Sage Publication. Google Scholar

FLINT, J. and RACO, M. (eds) (2012), The Future of Sustainable Cities: Critical Reflections, Bristol, Policy Press. The Future of Sustainable Cities: Critical Reflections Google Scholar

IMRIE, R. and LEES, L. (eds) (2014), Sustainable London? The Future of a Global City. Bristol, Policy Press. Sustainable London? The Future of a Global City Google Scholar

GRIN, J., ROTMANS, J. and SCHOT, J. (2010), Transitions to Sustainable Development: New Directions in the Study of Long Term Transformative Change, Abingdon, Routledge. Transitions to Sustainable Development: New Directions in the Study of Long Term Transformative Change Google Scholar

DOUCET, B. (2009), ‘Living through gentrification: subjective experiences of local, non-gentrifying residents in Leith, Edinburgh’, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 24, 299–315. Living through gentrification: subjective experiences of local, non-gentrifying residents in Leith, Edinburgh Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 24 299 315 Google Scholar

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