consultative evaluation of the Harpurhey community resettlement project.

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Abstract This paper explores the circumstances around the setting up of the Harpurhey Resettlement Team, an innovative project which, in the late s, resettled around 20 long-stay patients from Springfield Hospital in North Manchester into ordinary tenancies within the same by: 1.

Abstract This paper explores the circumstances around the setting up of the Harpurhey Resettlement Team, an innovative project which, in the late s, resettled around 20 long-stay patients from.

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