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General information about Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research, its inception and key research themes

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Research on the nature of planning constraints

Apr 04, 2014

The aim of this research was to analyse the nature of planning constraints on the provision of housing. The research was commissioned by the House of Commons Communities and Local Government Committee.

CCHPR Launches its New Website

Mar 04, 2014

Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, which provides a more integrated, engaging and visual user experience.

New CCHPR Director Excited by New Opportunities and Challenges Ahead

Feb 28, 2014

As the new Director of CCHPR I am excited about the opportunities and challenges for this first class research centre in the years ahead. I am determined to utilise the vast range of expertise and experience built up over more than twenty years to produce even more influential, high impact research.

Poverty focussed review of housing organisations’ strategic and business plans - Initial Report

Feb 01, 2014

This report presents the findings from the first stage of a project that is exploring where poverty fits within the strategies, policies and business plans of local authorities, housing associations and private landlords.

Housing finance and the housing market; lessons from the UK?

Jan 15, 2014

This article outlines developments in the UK housing and mortgage markets with a focus on the period since 2007 and the global crash. It picks up on the UK responses to what is now a global debate on macro-prudential policy and lines of intervention in mortgage markets.

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