The datasets for the 2013/14 year have been completed and published on the Client Records and Outcomes website.
Dr Adriana Soaita took part at an Idea Event Workshop that explored the theme of ‘Home not Housing: Engaging with wellbeing outcomes’.
Dr Kim McKee, University of St Andrews, introduced issue 10 of The Evidence, a practitioner focused publication produced by the Housing Quality Network (HQN). This themed issue focused on housing and antisocial behaviour.
The second seminar in the Entrepreneurship in Homes and Neighbourhoods series will take place on 16th September 2014 at the Hendon Campus at Middlesex University in London.
A policy paper by Darja Reuschke and Duncan Maclennan which summarises a seminar on Business Investment and Housing which was jointly organised by CHR and the Scottish Government in April 2013 has been published.
Tom Moore and Kim McKee attended the annual Housing Studies Association conference held at the University of York from 15-17th April 2014. They presented their paper reflecting on the use of online focus group methodologies used for fieldwork in the Mind the (Housing) Wealth Gap.
Dr Kim McKee has been elected as the new Chair of the Housing Studies Association (HSA). The HSA is a UK learned society representing those with interests in housing-related research and education and has become the leading independent forum for the promotion of housing studies.
Duncan has retired, on March 31st, from his full time Chair at the School of Geography and Geosciences at the University of St Andrews and stepped down from the Directorship of the Centre for Housing Research.
The third and final seminar of the ESRC seminar series The Big Society, Localism and Housing Policy was held at the University of St Andrews on Thursday 13th and Friday 14th March 2014. The seminar was convened by Dr Kim McKee (Principal Investigator of the project) and supported by Dr Tom Moore,...
CHR Research Fellow Julie Tian Miao has just been awarded the Regional Studies Association’s Early Career Research Grant of over £9,000. This research will explore the disjuncture of nationalised affordable housing strategies and localised human capital market in Chinese Cities.
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