In this project with Places for People we will be looking at fresh ideas, inspired by an examination of policy and practice in other countries, to generate innovative practice and policy that will boost the production of affordable housing for rent in the UK.
The project was officially launched at the Centre for Comparative Housing Research’s (CCHR) annual open day.
Copies of the presentations are available to download from here:
Dr Tim Brown, Director of CCHR, CCHR – De Montfort University: The Spending Review and Housing Supply – Dashed Expectations
Professor Michael Oxley, Professor of Housing, CCHR – De Montfort University: More houses or more welfare? Low Income Housing Tax Credits
Dr Darinka Czischke, Director & Jen Pearce, Researcher BSHF: Affordable housing: Can we learn from other countries?
Take at look at the presentations at the project launch and let us know what you think!
1. Do we need more affordable housing for rent – and why?
2. What do you think needs to be done to increase the supply of affordable housing for rent?
3. Is looking at what happens in other countries a good idea – and why?
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