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Projects commencing in 2003.
Adapt and survive: Housing associations' response to changes in housing policy at the beginning of the new century

Using data from the Regulatory Statistical Return (RSR) and on the profile of new tenants from CORE, this paper examines recent changes in the Housing Association sector and interprets these in the light of changing emphases in government housing policy.

2001 Census briefing paper series

Three reports published during 2003 and 2004 using data from the 2001 Census and Regulatory Statistical Returns.

Mobility and moving aspirations of social housing tenants in London and the North

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.

Multiplication and division: the distribution of stock between landlords in the housing association sector

This Sector Study builds on the earlier report 'Sector Study 10: The spatial distribution of general needs housing associations and their stock'. This report uses the same measures of concentration to compare distribution of all social housing stock between social landlords within local authorities. It therefore provides a measure of the effect of large scale voluntary transfer on HAs and tenants in transfer LAs in terms of stock distribution and choice.

RSL Rents: Evidence from the Existing Tenants Survey 2000: Dataspring Discussion Paper 6

This report draws on the Existing Tenants Survey to examine rents in the social housing sector.

Housing association stock managed pending transfer into ownership

This report used 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 broke data down between types and sizes of association to examine which associations were most involved in this type of stock management.