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Housing Associations and Housing Policy

A Historical Perspective

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Red Globe Press

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23 May 2000

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Housing associations have deep historical roots and are currently the fastest growing part of the British housing system, occupying a key position in relation to government policy on social exclusion and neighbourhood...

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Housing associations have deep historical roots and are currently the fastest growing part of the British housing system, occupying a key position in relation to government policy on social exclusion and neighbourhood regeneration. This book provides the first detailed account of the historical development of voluntary housing organisations. Drawing on original research, the book develops a new angle on housing in Britain, showing how successive governments have shaped and reshaped housing associations into instruments of policy in the modernised welfare state.

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Based on original research, including a first account linking nineteenth century voluntary housing to modern housing associations

Introduction
PART I
The Origins of Voluntary Housing, before 1890
Multiple Visions of Housing Reform, 1890-1914
False Dawns, 1914-1933
PART II
An Unequal Struggle, 1933-1939
Voluntary Housing and the Welfare State, 1939-1961
Housing's Third Arm, 1961-1974
Instruments in Housing Policy, 1974-1988
PART III
Housing and Housing Policy Since 1988
Finance
Development
Governance
Conclusion
References.

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PETER MALPASS has been involved in research and teaching on housing and housing policy since 1970. He is Professor of Housing Policy at the University of the West of England, Bristol.

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PETER MALPASS has been involved in research and teaching on housing and housing policy since 1970. He is Professor of Housing Policy at the University of the West of England, Bristol.

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