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Read more at: Housing needs in England: Technical report on sources and methods

Housing needs in England: Technical report on sources and methods

This is a full account of the sources and methods used to produce Housing Needs in England: a New Analysis.


Read more at: Evaluation of Enhanced Housing Options Trailblazers programme: Final report

Evaluation of Enhanced Housing Options Trailblazers programme: Final report

This project evaluated the implementation, operation and success of the Enhanced Housing Options Trailblazers programmes. These aimed to develop innovative approaches to delivering housing services, extending to wider client groups and linking housing advice to wider advice about a range of issues...


Read more at: Increasing land supply for housing

Increasing land supply for housing

Dr Gemma Burgess and Sarah Monk discuss the findings from their RICS research paper into the mechanisms available to increase housing land supply.


Read more at: Research on the nature of planning constraints

Research on the nature of planning constraints

The aim of this research was to analyse the nature of planning constraints on the provision of housing. The research was commissioned by the House of Commons Communities and Local Government Committee.


Read more at: Memorandum submitted to the House of Commons Communities & Local Government Select Committee inquiry into the financing of new housing supply

Memorandum submitted to the House of Commons Communities & Local Government Select Committee inquiry into the financing of new housing supply

A memorandum was submitted to the House of Commons Communities & Local Government Select Committee inquiry into the financing of new housing supply from the University of Sheffield, University of Cambridge and the LSE.


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

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.


Read more at: Planning Gain and Affordable Housing: Making it Count

Planning Gain and Affordable Housing: Making it Count

The final report and JRF Findings. The research methods included a national survey of local authorities, sixteen case studies and four regional stakeholder discussion meetings.


Read more at: West Midlands Rural Housing Report

West Midlands Rural Housing Report

As part of a suite of research to understand regional housing markets, this study was commissioned with the intention of demonstrating the importance of social rented housing to help to sustain services and community in rural villages.


Read more at: South east regional assembly: South east plan Research reports

South east regional assembly: South east plan Research reports

This is a follow on to a previous study which outlined a methodology for assessing housing need in the South East region. There are two small projects: one producing an estimate of newly arising demand and need and one an estimate of unmet current housing need. It covers sub-regions as well as the...


Read more at: Regional Assessment of the Need for Intermediate Housing

Regional Assessment of the Need for Intermediate Housing

This research developed a methodology for estimating the future need for intermediate market housing – housing that is affordable to those who cannot access market housing but who could afford to pay more than social housing rents. Not all households in the relevant income bracket would want...