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Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research


The remaining publications from the year that are not listed under CCHPR projects - e.g. related journal articles by CCHPR researchers.


Project Publications:

Changing the profile of social housing: The impact of prioritising working applicants on letting patterns - Working Note

Analysis by CCHPR models the likely impact of allocating a larger proportion of social housing to working households.

Freedom to succeed: liberating the potential of housing associations

In 2011 and 2012, CCHPR worked with the Housing Futures Network to explore future directions for housing associations. We are now able to circulate the summary and final reports from that work.

Tackling housing market volatility in the UK: A progress report

Volatility has plagued the UK housing market for four decades. The JRF Housing Market Taskforce identified ways to create a more sustainable housing market, suggesting credible long-term policy options to avoid extreme house price fluctuation and protect vulnerable households from its effects. One year on, our new paper follows up this work, assessing the Government’s progress in tackling volatility.

The implications of the 2008-based household projections for estimates of housing need

Alan Holmans’ new article was published in the September 2012 issue of the TCPA journal.

Household Projections in England: their history and uses

Alan Holmans has produced a new report on the Household Projections in England: Their History and Uses. Household projections are an important tool for estimating future housing demand and need and the land supply required if all households are to be adequately housed.

Book review by Dr Gemma Burgess published in Journal of Social Policy

Book review published in Journal of Social Policy. Dr Gemma Burgess reviews Patricia Kennett and Chan KamWah (eds.) (2011), Women and Housing: An International Analysis. Abingdon: Routledge. £34.99, pp. 247, pbk. doi:10.1017/S0047279411000882

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