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Data systems for housing

Data systems for housing

[van Ham M. and Manley D. (2009) Social Housing Allocation, Choice and Neighbourhood Ethnic Mix in England. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 24, 407-422.]

Driven by a concern about the negative side effects of ethnic concentration neighbourhoods, many European governments aim to create more ethnically and socio-economically mixed neighbourhoods. At the same time, housing policy aims to give tenants more choice in how and where they live. The objectives of these two policies might conflict as offering people choice has the potential to increase self-segregation, especially across ethnic groups. This paper studies the effect of choice-based letting on (self) segregation in housing association stock in England.

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This Key Findings Digest highlights a selection of trends over the past four years and then uses CORE data to explore two topics in more detail: mobility and low cost home ownership.

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This Key Findings Digest highlights a selection of trends over the past four years and then uses CORE data to explore two topics in more detail. The report is divided into three parts: Part A focuses on the trends in General Needs and Supported Housing lettings and Sales from 2004 to 2008; Part B focuses on the issue of ‘tenants new to social housing’ within General Needs properties and Part C examines Supported Housing for older people.

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The comparison between LSVT and non-LSVT associations is updated here using CORE lettings data for 2002/03. To what extent do recent trends in LSVT lettings confirm or challenge previous findings?

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This paper examines the contribution of housing associations in meeting the housing needs of Black and Ethic Minority households and charts the changes over time and the regional variability in provision. The paper is based on analysis of CORE data on housing association lettings and the 2001 Census.

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Using CORE rent and income data for working households only, this paper examines the changes in household income and rent over the 5 years since the introduction of the 1997 rent guidelines.

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This paper examines the overall role of housing associations in housing homeless households during the period 1996-2001.

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This report uses CORE data 1 for 1999-2000 to conduct a preliminary analysis of the migration patterns of RSL new tenants.

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This article examines the nature of supported housing services provided by Registered Social Landlords in England.

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