Are ethnic minorities in the UK spatially integrating?

In this short piece, Carolina Zuccotti (Migration Policy Centre) draws upon her study comparing the characteristics of neighbourhoods that white British individuals (with UK-born parents) and second-generation Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Caribbean and African minorities (i.e. born and/or mostly raised in the UK, whose parents were born abroad) access in their adulthood. In particular, she looks at the probability of accessing ‘whiter’ and ‘better-off’ neighbourhoods.