skip to primary navigationskip to content
 

A review and analysis of changes in the intermediate housing market in the East of England 2004-2007

The purpose of the research was to identify the changes in the intermediate housing market since a previous study into affordable housing of 2004, in terms of need/demand and supply, and to consider the implications for regional policy formulation and investment in the future.

In 2004 the East of England Regional Assembly published two reports from stage 2 of a regional affordable housing study undertaken by the Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research (CCHPR). The Assembly has now commissioned CCHPR to undertake an update of the 2004 study. The project is timely as there is now much more available data on the groups that are accessing low cost home ownership (LCHO).

Final Report to the East of England Regional Assembly

The purpose of the research is to identify the changes in the intermediate housing market since the Affordable Housing Study II 2004, in terms of need/demand and supply, and to consider the implications for regional policy formulation and investment in the future.

Final Report to the East of England Regional Assembly - Read More…

CCHPR Contact

Funder

East of England Regional Assembly

Project Start Date

1st September 2007