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Housing Associations and the Governance Debate. Guide to Reading the Book - Introduction: Analysing Housing Policy - The Origins of Housing Policy - Housing and the State 1914-39 - The Changing Emphasis of Housing Policy 1945-79 - New Policies and Emerging Issues: Housing since 1979 - The Policy Context - The Administrative Framework - The Financial Framework - The Policy Process - Local Policy Making - From Policy to Practice: The Management of Housing - Evaluating Housing Policies - Conclusion
Publications (5). Source. Since then with further transfers to local housing associations and around 20,000 demolitions, GHA had only 43,000 homes in 2014, which to some was used as a sign of failure. Reference: The Repoliticization of High-Rise Social Housing in the UK and the Classed Politics of Demolition.
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