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Housing Policy in the UK

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 336
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Public Policy and Politics

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17 March 2006

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Housing Policy in the UK is a major new textbook that traces the emergence of a 'new comprehensive housing policy' in the wake of the Communities Plan and regionalisation. Grounded in cutting-edge research and analysis, it...

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Housing Policy in the UK is a major new textbook that traces the emergence of a 'new comprehensive housing policy' in the wake of the Communities Plan and regionalisation. Grounded in cutting-edge research and analysis, it provides a clear account of the evolution and current dimensions and tensions at the heart of this policy.

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  • A major new textbook on UK Housing policy written by leading experts in the field
  • Based in cutting-edge research

Introduction
The Origins of Housing Policy to 1979
Housing Under the Conservatives 1979-1997
Housing Under New Labour 1997-2004
Homeownership in Transition
Deregulating the Private Rented Sector
Transforming the Governance, Management and Regulation of Social Housing
Policies and Problems in Social Housing Finance
Incorporating the Non-Profit Sector
Choice and Control: Social Housing Management and Access to Social Housing
Housing, Social Care, and Supporting People
Social Exclusion, Housing and Neighbourhood Renewal
Private Sector Housing Renewal
A New Comprehensive Housing Policy Overcoming Fragmentation or Managing Complexity?.

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DAVID MULLINS is Reader in Housing Studies, University of Birmingham, UK.

ALAN MURIE is Professor of Urban and Regional Studies, University of Birmingham, UK.

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DAVID MULLINS is Reader in Housing Studies, University of Birmingham, UK.

ALAN MURIE is Professor of Urban and Regional Studies, University of Birmingham, UK.

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