Coast and the creative class: relocation and regeneration at the edge

Andrew Church, Paul Gilchrist, Neil Ravenscroft

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Abstract

This chapter reviews Richard Florida's 'creative class' thesis in the context of the regeneration of an English seaside town. Taking Hastings as a case study, it investigates the lure of location and artistic networks to the relocation decisions of creative and cultural professionals.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCoastal cultures: liminality and leisure
EditorsPaul Gilchrist, T. Carter, D. Burdsey
Place of PublicationEastbourne
PublisherLeisure Studies Association
Pages95-115
Number of pages21
ISBN (Print)9781905369454
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2014

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    Church, A., Gilchrist, P., & Ravenscroft, N. (2014). Coast and the creative class: relocation and regeneration at the edge. In P. Gilchrist, T. Carter, & D. Burdsey (Eds.), Coastal cultures: liminality and leisure (pp. 95-115). Leisure Studies Association.