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Read more at: Managing hearing loss in vulnerable groups of the Cambridgeshire D/deaf communities

Managing hearing loss in vulnerable groups of the Cambridgeshire D/deaf communities

19 December 2013

This study is the second of two pieces of research exploring the use of different services in Cambridgeshire by people who are D/deaf.


Read more at: Reselling shared ownership properties after improvements

Reselling shared ownership properties after improvements

19 December 2013

This short report, commissioned by Thames Valley Housing Association explores the process of reselling shared ownership properties in situations where owners have made improvements, increasing the value of their home.


Read more at: New Appointments at CCHPR

New Appointments at CCHPR

19 December 2013

CCHPR is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Michael Oxley as successor to Peter Williams as Director (from 1 January 2014) and Sam Morris as an early career researcher (as of September 2013).


Read more at: New estimates of housing demand and need in England, 2011-2031, by Alan Holmans
New estimates of housing demand and need in England, 2011-2031, by Alan Holmans

New estimates of housing demand and need in England, 2011-2031, by Alan Holmans

11 December 2013

Key findings include the abrupt break with longer term trends in household formation in England between 2001 and 2011. Net additional household formation was down by some 20%,with almost 1 million fewer one-person households in 2011 than had been projected.


Read more at: Measuring the affordability of housing association rents in England: a dual approach

Measuring the affordability of housing association rents in England: a dual approach

29 October 2013

Dr. Connie Tang's article "Measuring the affordability of housing association rents in England: a dual approach" published in the International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, has been chosen as a *Highly Commended Award Winner* at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013.


Read more at: Inclusionary housing policy in England: Impact of downturn on delivery of S106 affordable housing

Inclusionary housing policy in England: Impact of downturn on delivery of S106 affordable housing

29 October 2013

“Inclusionary housing policy in England: the impact of the downturn on the delivery of affordable housing through Section 106” – just published in the Journal of Housing and the Built Environment by Dr Nicky Morrison and Dr Gemma Burgess.