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Research on the effect of rent stabilisation measures in London

The London Assembly’s Housing Committee commissioned this study as part of an investigation into the likely impact of a range of rent stabilisation measures on London’s housing market.

This study is a follow on from the recent study for Shelter.

This research has built upon the data from London landlords gathered for this previous research in order to examine the specific London effects in more detail, and has supplemented this with further surveying of London landlords.

The research explored six different scenarios of rent stabilisation and controls involving caps to rent, indexing rents to inflation and changes to tenancy length. 


Anna Clarke

Charlotte Hamilton

Chihiro Udagawa

Publication Date

13th October 2015