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Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research


This paper explores the extent to which housing associations (HAs) were providing dwellings for large family households who require four bedrooms or more, and the extent to which there was a shortfall in such provision. It examines the available stock of larger units; the ownership structure of these units; their spatial distribution; and the rents charged for these properties. The paper concentrates on five bedroom and six plus bedroom units in 2006/07.


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Christine Whitehead

Connie Tang

Tiffany Lunday

BingJiang Cao

Publication Date

1st April 2009