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CASE Annual Report 2016
Kerris Cooper and Kitty Stewart
March 2017
Paper No' CASEreport 112:
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Tags: annual report; 2016
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An Agenda for Housing Plus
Anne Power
January 2017
Paper No' CASEreport 111:
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Tags: housing; housing plus; social landlords; community investment;
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Community Enterprise: Creating Sustainable Communities Report from a Community Enterprise Think Tank
Alice Belotti
November 2016
Paper No' CASE Report 110:
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Tags: community enterprise; think tank; sustainable; housing plus academy; case studies
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Changing Rules and Spending Cuts: Helping tenants help themselves and their landlords. Report from two Tenant Think Tanks
Alice Belotti July 2016
Paper No' CASEreport 108:
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Tags: tenants; housing; social landlords; welfare reform
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No Place Like An Accessible Home: Quality of life and opportunity for disabled people with accessible housing needs
Tania Burchardt, Bert Provan and Ellie Suh July 2016
Paper No' CASEreport 109:
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Tags: housing; disabled people; accessibility
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SPCC Working Paper
Pulling in the Same Direction? Economic and Social Outcomes in London and the North of England Since the Recession
Polina Obolenskaya, Ruth Lupton and Bert Provan July 2016
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Tags: regional; london; north; recession; crisis; england; social; outcomes
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Bilbao City Story
Anne Power
May 2016
Paper No' CASEreport 101:
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Leipzig City Story
Eileen Herden and Anne Power
May 2016
Paper No' CASEreport 107:
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Torino City Story
Anne Power
May 2016
Paper No' CASEreport 106:
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Saint-Étienne City Story
Bert Provan
May 2016
Paper No' CASEreport 105:
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Help to Buy has had little impact on extending home ownership to lower income households
New blog post by Dr Bert Provan

The Government’s pledge to extend the “Help to Buy” programme is a further mistaken investment in a policy which has had little impact on extending home ownership to lower income households, explains Bert Provan. So, the £2bn investment in “social and affordable housing” is, while welcome, wholly inadequate to meet the pressing and increasing need for low cost rented housing for households in most need.  Continue reading at LSE British Politics and Policy blog


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