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  • Housing and Inequality

    01/06/2011Books

    Housing and Inequality Britain is now a much more unequal society than three decades ago. This book researches and debates the links between inequality and housing, covering issues such as the effects of tenure, neighbourhood deprivation, migration

  • Is interculturalism the answer to growing diversity?

    07/11/2012News

    Cantle does make some proposals – like ending the favouritism towards faith-based schools – but stops well short of a broader programme. Ted Cantle acknowledges that the climate is not an easy one, given the economic situation, the impact of

  • Enabling people to move - England

    27/04/2012Policy and practice

    a web-based national scheme that will allow social housing tenants wanting to swap their home to see every available property in the country DCLG has allocated £13 million to help local authorities tackle under-occupation: government estimates that

  • Co-operative and mutual housing

    13/06/2012Policy and practice

    Though demand for co-operative and mutual housing is unlikely to ever become widespread they could potentially offer an alternative solution to many housing and policy issues. The potential future ahead Both the current and previous government have