Housing Tenure in UK Law

  • Tied Down Or Room To Move? Investigating The Relationships Between Housing Tenure, Employment Status And Residential Mobility In Britain
    • Nbr. 49-4, September 2002
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    Using data from the British Household Panel Survey, we investigate the relationships between labour market dynamics, housing tenure and residential mobility. Panel data allow the study of the seque...
  • A Permanent Change in the Route to Owner Occupation?
    • Nbr. 51-1, February 2004
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    This paper attempts to explain why home ownership rates among young adults fell in the early 1990s when various indicators suggested it had become more affordable. As a potential explanation, we fo...
    ......In examining the implications for hou sing tenure, we use a conditional fixed effects multinomial logit model to expl oit ...I Intro duction The first-time buyer (FTB) housing market in Britain experienced a contraction in the 1990s even though home ......
  • Politics in a Cold Climate: The Conservative Decline in Scotland
    • Nbr. 37-4, December 1989
    • Political Studies
    An important feature over the last 30 years has been the increasing shortfall in the Conservative vote in Scotland compared with England. The Conservative Party, despite social structural disadvant...
  • Mental health and houses in multiple occupation
    • Nbr. 14-2, June 2015
    • Journal of Public Mental Health
    • 107-117
    Purpose: – Previous research has established that there is a relationship between housing and mental health, however, understanding about how and why housing affects mental health is still limited....
    ...... research has established that there is a relationshipbetween housing and mental health,however, understanding about how and why housing affects ... illuminating the potential risks andbenefits of HMOs, an overlooked tenure in housing research.Keywords Housing, Mental health, Houses in multiple ......
  • The Housing and Planning Act 2016: Rewarding the Aspiration of Homeownership?
    • Nbr. 80-4, July 2017
    • The Modern Law Review
    In May 2016 the Housing and Planning Act 2016 became law, the first purely Conservative government intervention on housing in England since the 1990s. This article examines the Act's key provisions...
    ......The Act, through the Starter Homes Scheme, extension of the right to buy to housing association tenants and changes to security of tenure in the social sector, has been heralded as a ‘landmark’ piece of legislation. This article scrutinises these policy measures and assesses their ......
  • Privatising land in England
    • Nbr. 11-2, July 2019
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 151-168
    Purpose: This paper aims to analyse the extent to which privatising – or denationalising land – has legal and policy effects. Design/methodology/approach: It applies the law in context scholarship...
    ......,concluding that the effects are most significant in housing where the differences betweensocial and private renting in relation to ts, the security of tenure and housing quality are striking.Moreover, although other public law ......
  • The Conservatives’ Generational Timebomb
    • Nbr. 10-2, June 2019
    • Political Insight
    ......First, housing tenure – the decline in home ownership is hurting the Conservatives. ......
  • Differences in Opportunities? Wage, Employment and House‐Price Effects on Migration*
    • Nbr. 74-6, December 2012
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
    Most empirical studies of individual migration choice analyse factors associated with out‐migration from an origin location. In contrast, we model the migration decision within the context of poten...
    ...... wage rates will be related to regional price levels, in particular housing costs, which typically make up the bulk of living costs. Aggregate studies ...Housing tenure also affects migration choice. Hughes and McCormick (1981) have emphasized ......
    • Nbr. 42-1, February 1995
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    ...... For example, job tenure is known to be an additional earnings enhancing characteristic ... the ideal marginality indicator, we chose the nature of housing tenure as something which is more than likely to be associated with ......
  • Index to Volume 49
    • Nbr. 49-5, November 2002
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    ......Tied Down or Room to Move?Investigating the Relationships Between Housing Tenure,Employment Status and Residential Mobility in Britain 369McVicar, ......
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