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UK Housing Review 2016


UK Housing Review 2016


Steve Wilcox, John Perry, Mark Stephens and Peter Williams



What's inside

The 2016 edition of the UK Housing Review features over 200 charts and tables including data on:

  • Homelessness and lettings
  • Housing investment by councils
  • Housing stock and conditions housing associations and private investors
  • Housing characteristics and incomes
  • Subsidies, tax relief and benefits
  • House prices and market trends
  • Public expenditure plans
  • Rents and revenue spending
  • UK and international economic trends

Commentary chapters in this year’s Review include analysis of recent trends in UK housing markets and in housing needs, as well as of housing provision

and public expenditure on housing and the government’s current plans. There are also chapters on the radical changes in the social housing sector in

England, the effects of, and prospects for, welfare reform across the UK, and the divergent housing and related policies emerging as a result of

devolution in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The UK Housing Review continues to be the prime source for all concerned with housing policy and finance.

'A brilliant publication, full of really useful and interesting stuff.' Lord Richard Best.

‘I couldn’t have built my databases without the UK Housing Review. Superb for adding context, it’s a goldmine: I’ve often found its sheer range and

combination of data triggers new ideas and perspectives.’ Rob Cowley, data editor of Social Housing magazine.

Financial support for the Review has been received from: Affinity Sutton, Crisis, HouseMark, London & Quadrant, the Northern Ireland Housing Executive,

Orbit Group, the Scottish Government, Southern Housing Group and the Welsh Government.

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