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Living Together, Working Together

Report
19 June 2010

This NUS, Universities UK and GuildHE report highlights a number of successful university initiatives that have been established to address the so-called 'town and gown' divide. The report recognises that, in certain areas, the increase in student numbers has had a negative impact on relations between students and local residents, as university housing stock has been exceeded and significant numbers of students have moved into houses in the neighbouring streets and towns.

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