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Is Welfare Reform Working? Impacts on working age tenants
Eileen Herden, Anne Power, Bert Provan
March 2015
Paper No' CASEreport 90
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Energy Plus: Energy Efficiency in Social Housing
Anne Marie Brady, Bert Provan
March 2015
Paper No' CASEreport 89
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Bridging the Gap: The Haringey Support Fund
Laura Lane, Bert Provan, Alice Belotti, Anne Power
March 2015
Paper No' CASEreport 87
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The Impact of Welfare Reform on Social Housing Tenants: Findings from two Think Tanks
LSE Housing and Communities
March 2015
Paper No' CASEreport 86
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High Rise Hope Revisted
Laura Lane, Anne Power and Bert Provan
October 2014
Paper No' CASEreport 85
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Facing Debt: Economic Resilience in Newham

July 2014
Paper No' CASEreport83
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Work and Welfare Reform: Impacts in the South West
Anne Power, Bert Provan and Eileen Herden
March 2014
Paper No' CASEreport 81
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Divided City? The value of mixed communities in expensive neighbourhoods
Katie Bates, Laura Lane, Anne Power, Nicola Serle
July 2013
Paper No' CASEreport 77
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Wednesday 6th May 2015
with an informal supper and debate from 6.30pm on Tuesday 5th May


Housing Plus Think Tank:
Energy saving matters - social landlords can lead the way


LSE Housing and Communities, and the National Communities Resource Centre, are hosting an important think tank at Trafford Hall outside Chester on how energy saving improves buildings, brings in rent, tackles climate change, addresses fuel poverty and brings communities together.

This Energy Plus event is part of our popular Housing Plus programme which examines the wider role of social landlords in poorer neighbourhoods beyond just providing homes.

Our previous think tank on how social landlords can prioritise energy saving in times of austerity concluded that tackling "fabric first", having very simple-to-manage systems and providing ongoing support are key. This event will use live case studies in each session and participants will contribute their experience.


For further information contact Nicola Serle, the organiser of Housing Plus, at n.serle@lse.ac.uk or 020 7955 6684.

Trafford Hall, National Communities Resource Centre, Wimbolds Trafford, Chester CH2 4JP

LSE Housing and Communities Event