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Learning from Bridging NewcastleGateshead
This research briefing outlines key learnings for regeneration policymakers and practitioners, with a particular focus on the Housing Market Renewal Pathfinder, Bridging NewcastleGateshead, which ran from 2003 to 2011 in the North East of England.
BSHF is funding this research project with a leading social housing provider, Metropolitan Housing Partnership (MHP) which seeks to identify the sustainability impacts of how people live in their homes.
Delivering more homes and better places
Solutions to address the scale of housing need
The supply of new homes is intricately linked to every aspect of housing policy and to many of the economic and social issues faced by the UK. Significant change is necessary if the country is to get the housing it needs. With the recommendations presented in this report, it is also possible.
Enabling community organisations to access the Empty Homes Programme
This analysis assessed how changes in the labour market could impact upon Housing Benefit claimant numbers in the UK.
Self-help housing involves local community groups bringing empty properties back into use.
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.
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