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CCHPR's publications during 2003.
Adapt and Survive: Housing Associations' response to changes in housing policy at the beginning of the new century: Dataspring Discussion Paper 5
Using data from the RSR and CORE, this paper examines recent changes in the Housing Association (HA) sector and interprets these in the light of changing emphases in government housing policy.
Census Briefing Paper One: Housing Tenure Structure in England in 2001
The aim of this paper is to report on the relative importance of social housing and Housing Association (HA) housing in England in a spatial format, as reported in the 2001 Census.
Census Briefing Paper Three: Tenure changes between 1991 and 2001: The importance of the RSL sector
The aim of this paper is to assess the absolute importance of the social housing sector and within this, how the Housing Association (HA) sector has geographically changed in comparison with the 1991 Census.
Guide to Local Rents 2003
Project publications from 2003.
Multiplication and division: the distribution of stock between landlords in the housing association sector: Sector Study 27
This Sector Study builds on the earlier report 'Sector Study 10: The spatial distribution of general needs housing associations and their stock'.
Profile of the HA Sector 2003
Project publications from 2003
The British Foyer Experiment – 10 Years On
A review of Foyers in Britain, in 2003. Presented at the 2003 ENHR Conference.
Who moves and why? Patterns of mobility in the housing association sector in London: Sector Study 25
This study aims to assess evidence on the extent to which households in the social sector in London are prepared to move together with the attributes of households and dwellings that help to determine their attitudes and requirements. The results show that mobility in the social sector in London is far less than in other sectors and is clearly less than those living in the rest of the country. The vast majority of moves are within the same districts. Their reasons for being offered a move are generally to do with their current housing conditions and relatively few involve significant choices in relation to location. However, those moving into low cost home ownership, although they are still more likely to move within the district, have a slightly greater choice of locality and tend if anything to move to lower cost areas.

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