Urban Segregation and Inequality media coverage

2018 coverage:

Peace walls and other social frontiers can breed crime and conflict in cities

Professor Gwilym Pryce discusses ‘social frontiers’ and their impact on communities for The Conversation, 5th June 2018

2017 coverage:

Levels of religious integration sway house buyers, study finds- Herald Scotland
26 Mar 2017

Research by Professor Gwilym Pryce, Dr Nema Dean and Dr Dan Olner explore the impact of religious integration of neighbourhoods on house prices in Glasgow.

Herald Scotland Social Affairs Correspondent Stephen Naysmith interviewed Professor Pryce.

2016 coverage:

Why do wind farms drag down house prices in some places but not others? – The Conversation

19 Oct 2016

AQMeN researchers based at Sheffield Methods Institute have published findings about the impact of windfarms on local house prices in Scotland.

Led by Professor Gwilym Pryce, the study has revealed that living near a wind farm in Scotland has zero effect on the value of your property and that wind farms can in fact be a positive local asset.

Third of local authorities report rise in deprivation – The Times

01 Sep 2016

Poverty is increasing in large areas of Scotland, according to a new report on deprivation which opposition politicians said should serve as a “wake-up call” for SNP ministers.

In this article by Marc Horne of The Times, Professor Nick Bailey discusses the latest SIMD dataset and what this means for the decentralisation of poverty.

Housing estate named most deprived area in the country – The Herald

01 Sep 2016

In this Herald Scotland article by Kate Devlin, Professor Nick Bailey reflects on the latest Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation figures and discusses the decentralisation of poverty.

2015 coverage:

08 January 2015

Poverty is moving to the suburbs – the question is what to do about it

Gwilym Pryce discusses the suburbanisation of poverty in this piece for The Conversation.