How liveable are cities for the elderly?

This Article researches the trends and distribution of elderly population in cities and how this has changed over time. The article explains the key indicators which can be used to study and establish the experiences, issues and needs of the elderly population in a city. It explores how cities are trying to reach the needs of the elderly. Case studies include Singapore, Toyama, Hume City, and Manchester.

9 pages / 5481 words.

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September 2017


ISSN: 2399-9721

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