UK HOUSING REVIEW 2017 from the Chartered Institute of Housing CIH

Welcome to the 2017 edition of the UK Housing Review, editors Steve Wilcox, John Perry, Mark Stephens and Peter Williams.

The 25th anniversary edition was published in March 2017 and certain sections are available online. This site features six Commentary Chapters by Steve Wilcox, John Perry, Mark Stephens and Peter Williams (one written jointly with Suzanne Fitzpatrick and Beth Watts). It also has all of the Compendium of Tables, available for download in PDF or Excel format.

Commentary Chapters in this year’s Review include analysis of recent trends in UK housing markets and in housing needs, as well as of housing provision and public expenditure on housing and the government’s current plans. There are also Contemporary Issues Chapters on the consequences of Brexit, housing in Europe, the effects of welfare reform across the UK, and a reflection by Steve Wilcox on issues arising during the 25 years of the Review.

'For 25 years the UKHR has held a mirror up to government policy. A copy is always on our desk.' David Montague, London & Quadrant.

Financial support for the Review has been received from: Clarion, Council of Mortgage Lenders, Crisis, HouseMark, Housing Studies Association, Housing Studies Charitable Trust, London & Quadrant, the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Orbit Group, the Scottish Government, Southern Housing Group and the Welsh Government.

The print version of the UK Housing Review 2017 offers a further section featuring articles by leading analysts, and is available to order from Chartered Institute of Housing.

On September 14 2017, the UK Housing Review 2017 Briefing Paper was launched by Lord Richard Best and Terrie Alafat at the offices of Southern Housing Group. It offers commentary on issues arising since the June 2017 general election and is available as a free download.

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