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2004

CCHPR's publications during 2004.
Affordable housing in London: who expects to move and where?: Sector Study 39
This Sector Study focuses on the London region and sets out the currently available evidence on who intends and expects to move, where and why? It also goes on to look at mobility schemes and how well they are working to help people realise their aspirations.
Almshouse Charities Report
Almshouse charities have been active in providing social housing, mostly for older people, for centuries. This Sector Study provides background information and descriptive data about the almshouse charities registered with the TSA.
Census Briefing Paper Two: Profile of the HA Dwelling Stock: the RSR 2001 and the Census 2001, An Update
The paper compares the Regulatory and Statistical Return (RSR) and the Census surveys in 2001 to assess the evidence on the number of dwelling units within the Housing Association (HA) sector.
Guide to Local Rents 2004
Project publications from 2004.
Housing Associations and the movement to target rents, 2003 to 2004: Sector Study 37
This report was TSA's annual report on housing association rents and rent changes. It examines the extent to which actual HA rents have moved towards target rents over the period 31 March 03 and 31 March 04.
Pilot RSR 2005: New definitions for sheltered and supported housing: Dataspring Discussion Paper 7
This paper presents the findings of research piloting new definitions of sheltered and supported housing for use in TSA's Regulatory and Statistical Return.
Profile of the HA Sector 2004
Project publications from 2004
Rents Briefing Paper One: The distribution of housing association rents within local authority areas in the first year of rent restructuring
This Briefing Paper describes the spatial pattern of housing association rents across England in the first year of the rent restructuring regime.
Rents Briefing Paper Two: The spatial pattern of target rents and their relationship with actual rents, 2002/03
This Briefing Paper describes the spatial pattern of target rents across England and the extent to which target rents differ from actual rents. It also assesses whether the patterns vary across property sizes and across HA size, as well as across regions and districts.
RSL Rents: Evidence from the Existing Tenants Survey 2000: Dataspring Discussion Paper 6
This paper draws on the Existing Tenants Survey to examine rents in the social housing sector.
Stock Managed Pending Transfer into Ownership: Sector Study 31
This report uses Regulatory and Statistical Return (RSR) data for 2002 to provide some base data on the number of Housing Associations and units involved in this type of stock management. It breaks data down between types and sizes of HA to examine which HAs are most involved in this type of stock management.
Who moves and where? A comparison of housing association tenants in London and northern regions: Sector Study 40
This Sector Study focuses on the London region and sets out the currently available evidence on who intends and expects to move, where and why? It also goes on to look at mobility schemes and how well they are working to help people realise their aspirations.

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