This major new textbook on UK housing policy covers contemporary issues, policies and management across the whole range of housing tenures set in a historical and comparative context. It addresses the evolution of policy and practice with a central focus on five key themes: institutional and governance arrangements; economic and demographic change; the loss of identity of housing policy; the interlinked issues of inequality and standards and the interests served or involved in the processes and outcomes of housing policy.
|Title:||Housing Policy in the UK||Publisher:||Palgrave MacMillan|
|Author:||David Mullins, Alan Murie|
|No. of Pages:||288|
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