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Dataspring had particular expertise in the stock and rents data provided by housing associations in their Regulatory Statistical Returns (RSR) to the Housing Corporation and its successor, the Tenant Services Authority. Indeed, it received generous funding from those bodies. In return Dataspring produced numerous analytical reports and provided advice and guidance on the collection and uses of the data. Dataspring research outputs are shown below.

For many years Dataspring made the data available interactively enabling those working on the sector to access information at local, regional and national levels. These included cross tenure comparisons of rents as well as a time-series stock database that showed stock by type, size, area etc. While we no longer support interactive access the underlying tables are made available below under Guide to Local Rents 2001-2010 and Profile of the Housing Association Sector 2002-2010

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CCHPR awarded funding to shape the future of research

Jun 21, 2018

We're delighted to announce that the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) will fund CCHPR to establish a Digital Built Britain Housing Network.

Will mobilising the added value of planning boost the construction of affordable housing in Portugal?

Jun 08, 2018

Dr Sónia Alves has written a blog for the Institute of Social Sciences (ICS) in Lisbon. Earlier blogs for ICS looked at lessons from the past for future housing policy in Portugal, and talked about the importance of international comparative analysis in providing a clearer understanding of policies impact on economic and social outcomes. In her blog, Dr Alves emphasises the potential value of land-use planning in the provision of affordable housing for low and middle income families.

We're recruiting for a researcher to join our team

Jun 04, 2018

CCHPR are recruiting for a Research Associate/Research Assistant to join the team.

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