Housing in UK Law

  • Risking Housing Need
    • Núm. 26-4, December 1999
    • Journal of Law and Society
    It is commonly suggested that social housing is allocated on the basis of ‘need’. The authors, however, suggest that the concept of risk provides a much better explanation of the complex interplay ...
  • Housing and Race
    • Núm. 26-4, December 1978
    • Political Studies
  • Housing Act, 1964
    • Núm. 28-2, March 1965
    • The Modern Law Review
    • Núm. 9-1, February 1962
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
  • Housing cycles and efficiency
    • Núm. 47-2, May 2000
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    This paper has four objectives. First, a small model of the UK housing market is constructed, including equations for house prices, housing starts, construction costs and interest rates. The model ...
  • Preferences for Korean seniors housing
    • Núm. 22-1, February 2004
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 112-135
    The Republic of Korea is experiencing demographic, economic, and cultural changes that may create demand for seniors housing in the coming decades. The population is rapidly ageing; pension income ...
  • Housing and Floating Support
    • Núm. 3-3, September 1998
    • Mental Health Review Journal
    • 17-19
  • The Right to Housing
    • Núm. 67-2, May 2019
    • Political Studies
    The issue of justice in housing is rarely discussed in political philosophy. Yet, housing crises such as that currently faceSd by the UK highlight the importance of work in this area. In this artic...
  • Housing Markets and Economic Flexibility
    • Núm. 45-4, September 1998
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
  • Demographic Change and Housing Markets
    • Núm. 59-5, November 2012
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
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