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UK Housing Review 2015


UK Housing Review 2015


Steve Wilcox, John Perry and Peter Williams




Steve Wilcox, John Perry and Peter Williams

What's inside

It features over 200 charts and tables including data about:

  • 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.

Contemporary issues chapters analyse the latest evidence on the effects of welfare reform, the way that housing and economic circumstances are creating ‘divided generations’, and the ten key housing issues that face the new UK government from May 2015.

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.

‘It’s more than just a bible for statistics anoraks – the articles are insightful, and the tables are indispensable for anyone trying to get a broad understanding of housing-related data outside their specific areas of expertise.’
Sue Anderson, Council of Mortgage Lenders.

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The research and production costs of the Review have been supported by the Scottish Government and Welsh Government, together with a range of housing organisations: Affinity Sutton, Crisis, Home Group, HouseMark, London & Quadrant, the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Orbit Group and Southern Housing Group.




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