People and property in Redfern: post war changes in the population and the properties in an inner suburb of Sydney
Urban Research Unit, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 1972 - Business & Economics - 141 pages
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age groups Australia Bankstown bedroom boarding houses British Motor Corporation Census cent changes chapter City of Sydney Commission CDs Commission redevelopment Commission tenants Commission's Company compared decline demolition factories fewer high proportion higher house sites house-and-shop properties Household survey houses and flats Houses Housing Housing Commission flats increase industrial inner suburbs landlords large numbers larger less Mail Exchange mainly Major Dwelling Types manufacturing married Metrop metropolitan area metropolitan average migrant families Migrant name non-British migrants Non-residential Properties number of dwellings occurred owner occupied houses ownership population post war period Private CDs private dwellings private flats private houses Randwick recorded Redfern housing Redfern Municipality relatively rent control result retailing revaluation sample shows small number Source streets study area Surry Hills Sydney City Mission Table Total number vacant land vacant possession Valuation rolls Note valuers vehicles Victoria Park Victoria Park racecourse wholesaling William McKell workforce