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Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research


Regional differences in demand for Affordable Housing examines the spatial impacts on demand for affordable housing. It does this by investigating the key differences between the regions and looking at indications of demand to draw out key differences. It then looks at how the profile of those living in social housing differs between the regions. The paper also explores some of the key differences in different types of areas found throughout the country.


Anna Clarke

Sarah Monk

Christine Whitehead

Alex Fenton

Sanna Markkanen

Publication Date

15th May 2008