Understanding housing policy (second edition)
Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol
•examines explanations of policy development and implementation processes;
•explores the development of housing policy in the United Kingdom;
•contains a chapter on comparative housing policy;
•examines a number of contemporary housing problems: affordability; homelessness; low demand and neighbourhood deprivation; overcrowding; multi-occupation; 'decent' homes and 'sustainable' housing.
•devotes a chapter to the relationship between housing and social justice;
•includes an assessment of the impact of New Labour's housing policies and the policy orientation of the Conservative/Liberal Democrat Coalition.
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Housing: the political/policy process
The development of housing policy
The governance of housing
Comparative housing policy
Housing and social justice