Understanding housing policy

By Brian Lund

Understanding housing policy
Preface;
Understanding housing policy;
Housing policy: continuity and change;
Governing housing;
Comparative housing policy;
Need, Demand and Supply;
‘Affordable’ housing;
Homelessness;
Decent and sustainable homes;
Neighbourhood Deprivation;
Housing and social justice;
Conclusion: Let’s be builders.

"...this is a refreshing and different contribution to the literature. It clearly will prove of considerable value as an introductory text book and it maybe more accessible to undergraduates than the other books available are." Housing Studies Association Newsletter, Issue 1, 2007

"Understanding Housing Policy is an insightful exploration of contemporary housing problems and an excellent introduction to the subject." Social Policy, Vol. 36 (4) - 2007

"It should be on the bookshelf of anyone, novice or veteran, interested in UK housing policy, and will be essential for undergraduate and graduate students specialising in the area." Joe Finnerty, University of Cork, Housing Studies journal (review of 2nd ed)

"An excellent historical and theoretical review of housing policy: thoughtful, well informed, critical and up to date." Chris Paris, Professor of Housing Studies, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

Product Format
Paperback
Dimensions
172 x 240
Publication Date
13 Apr 2011
Number of Pages
352
ISBN
978-1847426314
Edition
2
Product Format
Kindle
Dimensions
172 x 240
Publication Date
13 Apr 2011
Number of Pages
304
ISBN
978-1447319948
Edition
2
Product Format
EPUB
Dimensions
172 x 240
Publication Date
13 Apr 2011
Number of Pages
304
ISBN
978-1447319931
Edition
2

Content

Preface;
Understanding housing policy;
Housing policy: continuity and change;
Governing housing;
Comparative housing policy;
Need, Demand and Supply;
‘Affordable’ housing;
Homelessness;
Decent and sustainable homes;
Neighbourhood Deprivation;
Housing and social justice;
Conclusion: Let’s be builders.
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