New article from Lars Marcus was published in Svenska Dagbladet today. It points out that we should not be surprised when centrally located parts of our cities face development pressure, since locations move over time, typically towards the centre when cities grow, since we live and act in relative location rather than absolute. Therefore, we also have the tools to avoid such undesired gentrification by creating or redistributing relative location through urban planning and design.
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