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Housing Politics In The United Kingdom

Author : Brian Lund
ISBN : 9781447327073
Genre : Political Science
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With rapid population growth, a long-term dearth in new housing construction, the emergence of ‘generation rent’ and rising homelessness, the issue of housing in the UK is considered complex, open-ended and intractable. Using insights from public choice theory, the new institutionalism and social constructionism Housing Politics in the United Kingdom locates the contemporary ‘housing question’ in historically entrenched power relationships involving markets, planning, and territorial electoral politics. Written to complement the 3rd edition of the author’s bestselling Understanding housing policy (forthcoming, 2017), this book will be essential reading for students of Housing, Social Policy, Social History, Urban Studies, Planning and Political Science.

Housing Policy In The Uk

Author : David Mullins
ISBN : 0333994337
Genre : Political Science
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This major new textbook on UK housing policy covers contemporary issues, policies and management across the whole range of housing tenures set in a historical and comparative context. It addresses the evolution of policy and practice with a central focus on five key themes: institutional and governance arrangements; economic and demographic change; the loss of identity of housing policy; the interlinked issues of inequality and standards and the interests served or involved in the processes and outcomes of housing policy.

Housing Policy In The Uk

Author : David Millins
ISBN : 9780230802681
Genre : Political Science
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A textbook on UK housing policy covering the issues, policies and management across housing tenures set in a historical and comparative context. This book focuses on: institutional and governance arrangements, economic and demographic change, loss of identity of housing policy, issues of inequality and standards, and the interests involved.

Understanding Housing Policy Third Edition

Author : Brian Lund
ISBN : 9781447330455
Genre : Political Science
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Focusing on principles and theory and their application in the process of constructing housing policy, with boxed examples and case studies throughout, this fully revised 3rd edition addresses the range of socio-economic factors that have influenced UK housing policy in recent years.

Housing Policy

Author : Paul N. Balchin
ISBN : 9780415252140
Genre : Political Science
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Now in its fourth edition, the highly successful Housing Policy has been thoroughly updated to include the latest legislation, together with an analysis of the effects of the recession on housing policy.

Housing Policy And Practice

Author : Peter Malpass
ISBN : 0333731891
Genre : Housing policy
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This new, revised and updated edition provides a comprehensive account of the current issues in housing, set in a clear historical context. The legacy of 18 years of Conservative governments and the challenges faced by New Labour are assessed.

Rethinking Policy And Politics

Author : Ayres, Sarah
ISBN : 9781447319467
Genre : Political Science
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In recent years the nature of policy and politics has witnessed significant transformations. These have challenged perceptions about the ways in which policy is studied, designed, delivered and appraised. This book –the first in the New Perspectives in Policy and Politics series - brings together world-leading scholars to reflect on the implications of some of these developments for the field of policy studies and the world of practice. First published as a special issue of Policy & Politics, the book offers critical reflections on the recent history and future direction of policy studies. It advances the debate by rethinking the ways in which scholars and students of policy studies can (re)engage with pertinent issues in pursuit of both scholarly excellence and practical solutions to global policy problems.

Neighbourhood Renewal And Housing Markets

Author : Harris Beider
ISBN : 9780470757857
Genre : Business & Economics
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The academic and policy interest in the development of cities, the renewal of residential and older industrial neighbourhoods in cities, and issues to do with race, polarisation and inequality in cities has remained at the forefront of policy and academic debate across Europe and North America. This book provides an important new contribution to these debates and highlights specific issues and developments which are crucial to an understanding of debates about residence, renewal and community empowerment. engages with the urban regeneration, development and housing aspects of real estate places debates on polarisation, inequality and race in a city-based structure provides up-to-date account of policy developments

The Housing Debate

Author : Stuart Lowe
ISBN : 9781847422736
Genre : Political Science
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The home has become a lynchpin of modern family life and the 21st century welfare state. The key debate in this important and timely book is whether social policy and people's homes should be so closely connected, especially when housing markets are so volatile. The author argues that housing, having been a relatively neglected field of public policy, is now rightfully re-established at the forefront of public policy and as a major pillar of the post-industrial welfare state.

Directions In Housing Policy

Author : A. E. Holmans
ISBN : 1446226654
Genre : Housing policy
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The United Kingdom is now at a crossroads in terms of its housing policies. Homes remain costly and in short supply, and there is a growing issue of disrepair. At the same time, the resources made available from government have been reduced. Directions in Housing Policy provides a clear and authoritative examination of housing policy, its past, the present situation and future policies. The authors provide expert analysis and commentary on key housing issues and set out an agenda for future policy in the 21st century.

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