A Near Investigation of Lodging and Transportation Arrangements and Arranging in the U.S. what's more, the U.K..


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A Comparative Analysis of Housing and Transportation Policies and Planning ... Visits to non-benefit associations giving moderate lodging ...
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A Comparative Analysis of Housing and Transportation Policies and Planning in the U.S. furthermore, the U.K. London, June 18-30, 2007

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Purpose To see how more noteworthy London has tended to the lodging and transportation needs of the area as of late To contrast the British methodology with lodging and transportation arranging with the American experience

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Visits to nearby lodging and transportation arranging offices Meeting with key open authorities and approach investigators occupied with transportation and lodging arranging (City Hall, London Transport) Activities City Hall

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Activities (cont.) Visits to redeveloped open lodging destinations

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Visits to nearby ethnic groups (East End) Visits to non-benefit associations giving moderate lodging Visits to lodging cooperatives Activities (cont.) Brixton

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Activities (cont.) Visits to Docklands, including Canary Wharf And Light rail

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Activities (cont.) Looking at the city from the London\'s eye

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Activities (cont.) Boat voyage through River Thames Tube riding

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Activities (cont.) London strolls, including Jewish ghetto and neighborhood markets

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Day Trips Birmingham Cambridge (SOLUTIONS, Sustainability of Land Use and Transport in Outer Neighborhoods) The Letchworth Garden City

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Where are we remaining?

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Furnival House University of Westminster Charming, historic building amidst Highgate Village Nearby shops, amenities and pubs.  The popular Hampstead Heath park, Hampstead Village, Kenwood House and Highgate\'s chronicled Cemetery are all adjacent Furnival House. Travel Zone 2 - Archway station A touch of peace and entirely minutes from the city

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Single rooms with private sink, an aggregate of 113 beds Clean cloth is accommodated every visitor and is changed week after week. Kitchens and bathrooms are altogether cleaned every day. 2 to 3 bathrooms and one kitchen for each 6 to 8 rooms Laundry offices on location Furnival House

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Requirements Orientation and three workshops on American and British lodging and transportation arrangements and race/ethnicity (compulsory for all members, three weeks before takeoff) Readings Daily diaries and last report (to get 3 credits) Research Paper (to get 6 credits)

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Program Cost: $1,350 + Airfare + Tuition Program charge incorporates: Accommodations (cabin and breakfast) and some gathering dinners Study visits and visits Ground transportation in the vicinity Program Director bolster Application expense and store Pre-flight introduction VCU authoritative expenses International Student Identification Card

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Registration Deadline January 31, 2007 The nonrefundable enlistment charge of $50 is expected upon enrollment. A nonrefundable store of $200 is expected two weeks after receipt of acknowledgment bundle.

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My contact data Dr. Michela Zonta L.D. More out of control School of Govt. & Public Affairs (804) 827-0787 mmzonta2@vcu.edu

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