The UK Housing Review is a crucial resource for housing professionals, leaders, and policymakers across the UK's public and private housing sectors. The Review, published annually, brings together the most important housing statistics for England (and its regions), Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Commentary chapters in each year's Review include analysis of trends in UK housing markets, housing needs, housing provision and public expenditure on housing, the government's current investment plans, and topics such as homelessness. The Review's compendium has 200 tables covering a wide range of housing data relating to tenure, social housing stock, housing expenditure, and the private rented sector. Each year's edition contains several new or revised tables, and key ones are updated during the year.
This year the UK Housing Review is available as a free PDF download to CIH members. Non-members can purchase the PDF by following the link below to the CIH bookshop.
Lord Richard Best
Huge congratulations to John Perry and CIH on the latest edition of the ever-fresh UK Housing Review. It remains the essential encyclopedia of housing data and the stimulus for informed discussion on critical housing issues.
The Review’s commentary and contemporary chapters feature a wealth of in-depth analysis, helping paint a clear picture of housing across the UK. It is authored by experts from the sector and beyond; it features over 200 charts and tables for those who need information about housing policy and finance.
We all know how important it is to learn and grow as a housing professional. The UK Housing Review is the ultimate what you need to know – bringing together different voices, thinking and analysis to help your thinking evolve.
Regardless of your role, tenure or specialism, the UK Housing Review will have something for you.
2023 sees the publication of the thirty first UK Housing Review. A contemporary housing bible the 2023 edition references key milestones and developments, helping you understand the direction of travel for our housing sector, the current context we live in, and what we should do to create a better future.
The UK Housing Review is a considerable publication, and we know not everyone will want to read every word printed. You may pick one or two chapters to digest that is relevant to you, or, if you’re a bit more of a research-bod, you might spend some time unpicking each of the sections. Whatever you choose, the content is there for you to use as and when you feel you need it.
Steve Moseley | Group Director, Governance, Strategy and Communications, L&Q
It’s the sector Bible