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Bringing relationships, community and purpose to the lives of marginalised people
This report radically rethinks how the most vulnerable and marginalised can be better housed and included within their communities, and sets out four key areas of action to achieve this.
Sensitivity analysis using three scenarios
Analysis of official data suggests that changes in claimant numbers may have more impact on Housing Benefit expenditure than government proposals.
This report outlines a simpler and more sustainable approach to support with housing costs in the UK. Successive governments have allowed Housing Benefit to ‘take the strain’ of support with housing costs. This report highlights possible reforms to Housing Benefit and how other mechanisms, including housing supply and taxation, could be used more effectively.
Rapid Impact Assessment for the Midlands and North of England
The research is a rapid impact assessment on the response of local authorities to this major change in planning policy. It focuses particularly on the impact of the changes on regions in the Midlands and the North of England.
A summary of measures with analysis
An examination of, and response to, the measures relating to housing benefit, announced in the emergency budget of June 2010.
Will the private rented sector continue to grow?
An analysis of recent tenure trends in the UK, with projections for potential future changes over the medium term. The research also examines the implications of these changes and draws particular attention to the need to pay close attention to the needs of those living in an expanded private rented sector.
How to make sure that you make the most of good practice
Drawing on existing good practice is an important part of service delivery. Three simple tips can help your use of good practice.
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