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Negotiating mix – key process study

A report on a process study within the evaluation of the MCI, looking at negotiations on the mix of affordable and market dwellings in new developments, and at how capital receipts are used.

In most or all of the Mixed Communities Initiative Demonstration Projects (DPs), altering the mix of housing tenures and types is a central part of the regeneration approach. This short study looked at processes and outcomes of negotiations between the demonstration projects and developers on the specific mix of housing to be delivered. Three case study DPs were used: Canning Town, in Newham, London; North-East Coventry, in Coventry; and North Huyton, in Knowsley. These were selected to provide a spread of locations where negotiations were well enough advanced to provide sufficient case data.

Key Process Study

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Publication Date

1st August 2009