Unsuitable Housing in UK Law

  • Editorial
    • Núm. 24-2, Mayo 2020
    • Mental Health and Social Inclusion
    • 61-66
    ...... that health inequalities arise from a complexinteraction of housing, income, education, employment and social isolation all of which ... healthchallenges are often living in poverty, in unstable and unsuitable housing; have little controlover their lives; have often had ......
  • Editorial
    • Núm. 67-4, Diciembre 2020
    • Probation Journal
    ......Drawing on the findings from their evaluation of a housing accom- modation project to provided supported housing for women at risk of ... find McCann a bed in approved premises and he had ended up in unsuitable housing that did not facilitate close monitoring and management (Grierson, ......
  • Mental health and housing: making the links in policy, research and practice
    • Núm. 4-4, Diciembre 2005
    • Journal of Public Mental Health
    • 21-28
    This article documents policy developments at local and national level in England that reflect a growing recognition of the role of housing and the built environment in promoting and maintaining me...
    ......High-rise accommodation in particular is often identified byusers – and particularly by carers – as unsuitable, yetpressure on housing stock means that often this is allthat is available ●younger adults, particularly in rural areas, will often‘sofa ......
  • Editorial
    • Núm. 5-2, Junio 1972
    • Journal of Criminology (formerly Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology)
    ...... prisons are old, out-of-date build- ings, sometimes quite unsuitable for the housing of any human being, and while it is true that there is ......
  • Bridging the gap between learning and practice: from where we were to where we are now
    • Núm. 12-2, Mayo 2010
    • The Journal of Adult Protection
    • 28-38
    Cornwall has implemented significant changes to the way that it delivers its safeguarding adults training. This paper outlines the benefits of combining safeguarding adults, the Mental Capacity Act...
    ......’s role in motivating learners is vital, making e-learning an unsuitable option for this level of training. Furthermore, they point out that a ... advocacy Limited activities Discrimination Unsuitable housing Longcare Institutional No choice to Humiliation of Torture and ......
  • Canadian Immigration Policy: The Hard Facts
    • Núm. 11-2, Junio 1956
    • International Journal
    ...... the intensity of the pain result- ing from inadequate housing, unsuitable jobs and long periods of unemployment may threaten ......
  • High Court
    • Núm. 61-3, Agosto 1997
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    ...... to act pursuant to its obligation under Part III of the Housing Act 1985, offered the applicant certain premises which she nsidered unsuitable. She appealed from that decision offering further evidence, but ......
  • Opportunities for reducing socioeconomic inequalities in the mental health of children and young people – reducing adversity and increasing resilience
    • Núm. 15-1, Marzo 2016
    • Journal of Public Mental Health
    • 4-18
    Purpose: – Poor mental health and well-being disproportionately affects vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people. The paper aims to discuss this issue. Design/methodology/approach: –...
    ......(Jones, 2010), and more than one in four adolescents living in cold housing are at risk of multiplemental health problems compared to one in 20 ... exposure to ACEsChildren and young people who live in poverty, unsuitable housing or in a more disadvantagedarea are more likely than their peers to ......
  • The CHAR Blueprint: Its relevance for the Probation Service
    • Núm. 30-3, Septiembre 1983
    • Probation Journal
    ......focus on public activity within the area of housing . accommodation available is invariably of poor . unsuitable,  such as a run-down . Authority housing for its clients. . ......
  • Disability Rights Commission: From Civil Rights to Social Rights
    • Núm. 35-4, Diciembre 2008
    • Journal of Law and Society
    This paper argues that, although originally conceived as part of the ‘civil rights’ agenda, the development of disability rights in Britain by the Disability Rights Commission (DRC) is better seen ...
    ...... economic, and cultural rights, such as the rights to education, to housing, to health and social care, 521 2 id., pp. 13±24. 3B . Hepple, M. ... as flights of steps, inadequate public and personal transport, unsuitable housing, rigid work routines in factories and offices, and a lack of ......
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