CASE STUDY: GENTRIFICATION (NOTTING HILL)
- Notting Hill was a rough, working-class area and by the 1950's, the area had become infamous for its slum landlords and inner city deprivation.
- During WW11, Caribbean migrants fled to central London, and Notting Hill was a cheap, poverty infested area and soon became home to migrant majority.
- In 1958, tension rose between the original "teddy boys" and new dwellers. Many riots occured, and one most memorable being in the middle of the annual Notting Hill carnival.
- It was in the 1960's/70's young public sectors/managerials began to move into the area.
- In just over 40 years, homes on Portland Road have seen prices rise from…