|Appears in Collections:||Marketing and Retail Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Healthy Cities: The Impact of Food Retail-led Regeneration on Food Access, Choice and Retail Structure|
|Citation:||Cummins S, Findlay A, Petticrew M & Sparks L (2005) Healthy Cities: The Impact of Food Retail-led Regeneration on Food Access, Choice and Retail Structure, Built Environment, 31 (4), pp. 288-301.|
|Abstract:||The health, social and planning policy agendas which have focused on the issue of food deserts, food access and food choice provide the context for this study of the outcomes of a large scale food retail intervention in Springburn, Glasgow. Through an analysis of changing retail structure and foodscape health impacts on food provision, food choice and physical and economic accessibility. This is set within the regeneration context of the Tesco St Rollox Partnership. Conclusions are reached on the potential for such schemes to deliver a range of diet, health, social, regeneration and planning policy goals.|
|Rights:||Published in Built Environment by Alexandrine Press.|
|Built-Environment-Paper-Final-May-2005.pdf||429.88 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
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