In the aftermath of Theresa May’s much-trailed announcement on social housing, Mark Stephens reflects on housing policy divergence in the UK.
Professor Suzanne Fitzpatrick responds to the National Audit Office’s new on homelessness in England.
Following the publication of our sixth annual Homelessness Monitor report focusing on developments and trends in England, Suzanne Fitzpatrick asks who will house those on low incomes in the future?
Now that the Homelessness Reduction Bill has passed its second reading, I-SPHERE PhD Student and practitioner Adam Stephenson considers how local authorities can best implement the proposed changes.
Mark Stephens argues that Scotland’s new system of housing transaction tax should be allowed to bed down, but that as the Parliament’s Finance Committee considers “A Scottish Approach to Taxation” it should consider property taxation in the round.
Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Sarah Johnsen and Beth Watts reflect on recent recommendations to strengthen the homelessness safety net in England.
Dr Beth Watts identifies priorities for developing services for young people at risk of or experiencing homelessness in Scotland.
With the Scottish Parliament elections less than a week away, Mark Stephens discusses the parties’ proposals for reforming local taxation.
I-SPHERE Housing Economist Glen Bramley gives his ‘Ten Point Plan’ for increasing housing supply in England.
Mark Stephens questions whether the Swedish housing system provides a suitable template for reform in the UK