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About CCHPR

The Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research has been undertaking policy-oriented research since 1990. To read more about the Centre, its current research themes and its people - as well as how to contact us and where to find us, click here.

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CCHPR Research Reports

Three costed solutions for improving the private rented sector - our report for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation draws on an international review of policy interventions and offers three fully costed schemes to incentivise PRS landlords to improve the PRS for people in poverty. Read both reports here.

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New research projects announced

Nov 19, 2018

CCHPR have been awarded funding for two new research projects, each looking at a different aspect of co-living.

Involvement of Western Orientalists in Iranian cultural heritage affairs (1925-1979)

Nov 08, 2018

Drs Sara Mahdizadeh and Reyhaneh Shojaei's article for the Journal of Architectural Conservation examines unpublished primary sources in an attempt to shed new light on the role of Western Orientalists in 20th century Iran.

Residential Landlords Association publish CCHPR report on the impact of taxation reform on the PRS

Nov 01, 2018

CCHPR developed an economic model of private rented sector landlords' finances and property investors to gauge the impact of recent taxation reforms.

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