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International Journal of Housing Policy
This article considers the experience of the English government's policy of Housing Market Renewal from the perspective of spatial justice. The paper first proposes an analytical framework that situates competing notions of territorial social justice within a space of complex sociospatial relations. The dialectic of two formulations of social justice is first set up, comparing 'procedural' or deontological forms of justice and the distributional justice of outcomes. Soja's formulation ofdoi:10.1080/14616718.2012.709668 fatcat:ril3ko6hxnek5fpddl2pfhdune