Social housing in the European Community by M. J. Oxley

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Published by De Montfort University, School of the Built Environment, Department of Land Management in Milton Keynes .

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StatementM. J. Oxley and J. E. Smith.
SeriesEuropean Housing research working paper series -- no. 2
ContributionsSmith, J. E., De Montfort University. School of the Built Environment. Department of Land Management.
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Open LibraryOL19970092M

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It identifies European trends Social housing in the European Community book the. This chapter briefly classifies the different approaches to social housing. It then discusses the development of the concept of ‘services of general economic interest’ and its relevance for state aid and social housing, illustrated by an account of the three cases in which national conceptions of social housing have been challenged under European Union (EU) wrcch2016.com by: 3.

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Many policy-makers will be tempted to focus exclusively on environmental issues, i.e. energy efficiency, but accepting an invitation toward a one-pronged strategy would be. PAGE 2. EUROPEAN POLICY ANALYSIS updated and extended their earlier analyses in a new book Social Housing in Europe, published last year.

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This Review focuses on social housing in the European Union and aims at providing a clearer picture of the way social housing systems are structured across the EU, while identifying the main Author: Alice Pittini.

Oct 17,  · The edition of the ‘State of Housing in the EU’ provides proof that Europe’s housing challenge is far from over: Housing has become the highest expenditure for Europeans and overburden rate remains stable at high level, hitting disproportionally harder the poor.

Within this context, a European Council meeting in Nice inreached an agreement on a set of common objectives for the EU’s strategy against poverty and social exclusion, including two objectives related to housing, namely ’to implement policies which aim to provide access for all to decent and sanitary housing, as well as basic.

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Social rental housing, in northern and western Europe, copes (more or less adequately) with the bulk of flows of low-income households seeking housing. Once again there is no systematic, comparable data on households seeking to enter or move within European social housing.

Social housing was aimed not only at the working classes as before, but also at the middle classes, key workers, and otherwise, the lowest classes. Social housing policy allowed the majority of the population to share the wealth of the economic boom and was a key factor in establishing national welfare states, following the Scandinavian examples.

Social Housing in Europe lems of social housing are almost synonymous with those of post-war industrially built estates. · Social housing serves different client groups in different countries - in some it is a tenure of the very poor, while in others it houses low-waged working families or.

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Affordable and Social Housing - Policy and Practice is a candid and critical appraisal of current big-ticket issues affecting the planning, development and management of affordable and social housing in the United Kingdom. The successor to the second edition of the established textbook An Introduction to Social Housing, the book includes new chapters, reflecting the focal importance of Cited by: 6.

PREFACE Work on these Guidelines on Social Housing began with the UNECE Workshop on Social Housing which was held in Prague from 19 to 20 May at the invitation of the Ministry for Regional Development of the Czech Republic, and in cooperation with the.

HOUSING REVIEW Housing review of 15 countries in Europe and Central Asia 6 The housing crisis sparked by the global financial meltdown is far from over in Europe. The facts listed in the Habitat for Humanity Housing Review make evident this silent emergency. Some percent of European households suffer from housing.

social character and role in the provision of ‘in kind’ subsidy. Keywords: Housing policy, social housing, Eastern Europe, Latvia, Ukraine INTRODUCTION The transition from a command to a market-based housing sector in Eastern Europe has major implications for more than million people.

Across the region the sector has. Based on a publication of the same name, Social Housing captures some of the best and most innovative examples of not-for-profit housing at a critical juncture for the sector.

Drawing together 25 European case studies by 20 practices, it looks at a range of building and dwelling typologies, emerging design approaches, and refurbishment. Public housing is a form of housing tenure in which the property is owned by a government authority, which may be central or local.

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In his book on housing in the Netherlands, Donald I. Grinberg describes it this way: “By fourteen had been allowed, between and under the impetus of a severe housing shortage were recognized, and by there were 1,” (p. Cohousing is an intentional community of private homes clustered around shared space.

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Saving Affordable Housing: What Community Groups Can Do & What. Sep 05,  · The UK government’s so-called “pay to stay” proposals for rent hikes for social housing tenants on higher incomes in England have led to a barrage of criticism, most recently from the Local.

Oct 04,  · Social housing How did the crisis in UK social housing happen. Theresa May unveiled a £2bn boost for housebuilding, seen as crucial to Tory efforts to capture the votes of younger people. They provide both advocacy and training to social housing companies here in the Netherlands.

While here, I will also visit with member companies to better understand Dutch social housing and the differences here compared to Germany and the USA. One of the most interesting topics to me is the role of the European Union in social housing.

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The focus of the partnership is on public affordable housing, state aid rules and general housing policy.

The scope of the Housing Partnership is on municipal, social, cooperative housing, affordable rental housing and affordable home ownership. The Future of Social Housing: Learning from Europe by Michael Oxley Introduction This paper is strongly influenced by the belief that examining social housing policy and practice in other countries has most value in the ways that it can challenge insular conceptions about the purpose and form of social housing.

Social Housing magazine provides finance news and business intelligence for housing sector professionals. Registered social landlords agree £27m of Scottish charitable bonds. Comment 18 Feb April brings big changes to the rent regime. Here’s how to prepare.

Housing and EU social policy Lisbon strategy and social housing Although no formal mandate on housing policy has been stipulated for the EU in the Amsterdam Treaty, issues related to homelessness, access to social housing and the social integration of groups living in deprived intercity areas have entered the European social policy agenda.

Why “Collaborative Housing”. Since the early ’s, many European countries have seen the development of a wide range of alternative or ‘user-led’ forms of housing provision, including the re-emergence of resident- or community led housing initiatives. The position of social housing is currently changing in many European countries.

and analyses recent developments in Danish social and affordable housing. Social housing has retained its. upward trend of people registered on social housing waiting lists in almost all EU countries. Most States initially responded with public expenditure in social housing, yet having used investment in social housing as a social shock absorber and a means to enhance growth, funding for the sector has since been cut.It combines academic rigour with practical relevance.

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