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Housing co-operatives in Britain

achievements and prospects

by Clapham, David

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Published by Longman in Harlow, Essex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Housing, Cooperative -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [203]-210) and index.

      StatementDavid Clapham and Keith Kintrea.
      ContributionsKintrea, Keith.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD7287.72.G7 C55 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 214 p. ;
      Number of Pages214
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1490784M
      ISBN 100582058716
      LC Control Number93163034

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      Co-operative housing models play an important role in the UK’s current housing crisis and have proven to be affordable alternatives. Housing co-operatives have helped many families that were struggling to get a foot on the housing ladder and we must be committed to providing them with the full backing of the law, says Jonathan Reynolds MP, who is leading a debate in Parliament this afternoon. Co-operative Housing Ireland is an Approved Housing Body (AHB) and works closely with various stakeholders in the housing sector, including Local Authorities, Government, aspiring home owners, tenants and developers, to provide high quality social-rented and home ownership co-operative homes across the country.

      issn gmjg –jngj the international journal of co 4operative management volume l number hseptember fgi thi si ue: the governance of co-operative housing: current challenges and future perspectives refereed papers: the future ofsocial housing: adutch case; the economics of housing co-operatives externalities governing for habitability: self-organised communities in england and italy; astudy of. Get this from a library! Housing and the welfare state: the development of housing policy in Britain. [Peter Malpass] -- Challenging conventional notions of the relationship between housing and the welfare state, this text argues that housing policy in the years after .


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‘ New-Co-operative-and-Community-led-Homes is a basic guide for community groups, local authorities, housing associations, housing co-operatives and others in the UK who are interested in exploring the. Co-operative Housing in Scotland (CHiS) represents the interests of housing co-operatives in Scotland, and hopes to promote the housing co-operative model and act as a forum for housing co-operatives.

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Wannabe housing co-ops face a number of hurdles in setting up. Cath Muller at Radical Routes, a network of housing co-ops, says it is particularly hard to start one in London "because the Author: Rupert Jones. Clapham, D. and Kintrea, K. () Housing Co-operatives in Britain: Achievements and Prospects.

Longman: Harlow. ISBN Full text not currently available from Enlighten. Importing housing policy: Housing co‐operatives in Britain and Scandinavia. Housing Studies: Vol. 2, No. 3, pp.

Cited by: 9. Housing co-operatives provide a way for people to share in the ownership of property and live in it at affordable rent levels, as opposed to rent levels designed to generate profit for an individual or company.

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HOUSING CO‐OPERATIVES IN BRITAIN HOUSING CO‐OPERATIVES IN BRITAIN Campbell, Harold Footnotes 1 John G reve: The Housing Problem (Fabian Society, ). 2 D.V. D onnison: The Government of Housing (Penguin, ). 3 Fifth Report of the Housing Corporation (H.M.S.O., ). 4 D onnison, op. cit.

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