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2001

CCHPR's publications during 2001.
A matter of choice? RSL rents and home ownership: a comparison of costs: Sector Study 2
This Sector Study examines the gap between the weekly costs of home ownership and RSL rents over the last decade and how this varies across the country and the implications for RSLs when setting their rents.
Comparing the Costs of Owner Occupation with RSL Rents: A Geographical Analysis: Dataspring Discussion Paper 3
This study examines changes in house prices, RSL rents and the comparative costs of low cost home ownership and RSL renting over the decade 1989/90 to 1998/99.
Definitions of Ownership. Phase III: the Shadow RSR, Report
Final report from phase III of the Definitions of Ownership project.
Getting Rents Right: Dataspring Discussion Paper 2
The main purpose of this study was to assess the use of the Continuous Recording system of lettings and sales (CORE) by RSLs as a tool to use when measuring affordability.
Guide to Local Rents 2001
Project publications from 2001.
Registered social landlords and changes in rent: Sector Study 1
The third annual analysis of registered social landlords' performance in limiting rent increases. It is also the first in the series of Sector Studies (Research and Good Practice).
Rental affordability: a review of international literature
This research was conducted in collaboration with senior housing researchers from a number of countries, and looked at the international context for rental affordability in Britain at the end of the 20th Century.
The spatial distribution of general needs housing associations and their stock: Sector Study 10
This Sector Study examines the distribution of RSLs and their stock at the local authority level.

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