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Estimated net income distribution of working households by household type and locality, Example of Bromley in July 2014

Jan 21, 2015

To help social landlord clients set viable affordable rents, CCHPR has developed a model to estimate net income distribution for eight household types at local market level. A sample report for Bromley (at Mid-Super Output Area) level is available for download but we can supply similar reports for other areas to order.

Reality dawns – the impact of welfare reform on housing associations: a mid-2014 view

Jan 14, 2015

The National Housing Federation has commissioned Ipsos MORI and Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research to assess how welfare reform impacts across the housing association sector in England. This is the third and final report of the series.

New research on the Benefit Cap published

Dec 15, 2014

Two new pieces of research by CCHPR about the impact of the Benefit Cap have been published today. One is based on 50 in depth interviews with households whose benefits had been capped, whilst the other research looked at the impact on local authorities, local services and social landlords.

Sarah Monk elected a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

Dec 11, 2014

CCHPR is delighted that Sarah Monk, who was our Deputy Director for several years, has been elected a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. The Academy have recognised Sarah as leading researcher in the field of housing and urban economics and planning.

FirstStop local partners: costs and potential savings to public budgets of client casework 2014

Nov 18, 2014

The aim of this research was to report on the costs and benefits of a sample of cases dealt with by the FirstStop local partners providing housing options services to older people. It focuses on the intense level three casework data provided by the local partners.

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