"Since the dawn of the neoliberal period in the 1980s, however, public land has been subject to privatisation on a massive scale. In his recent book The New Enclosure, Brett Christophers found that a staggering 10% of Britain’s total landmass has been privatised during this period, equivalent to land worth £400 billion."

A lot of Manchester’s public land is turning into privately-owned unaffordable luxury flats.

tribunemag.co.uk/2021/05/the-p

@jdaviescoates Wow - that's a fantastic resource, thanks so much for sharing.

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