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0582238838
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Brian Lund
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Humanities
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Addison-Wesley Longman Ltd; 1st edition (July 1, 1996)
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housing policies as nineteenth century crusade to house the poor in clean and comfortable surroundings. Social housing policies are models that can only be constructed by means of collective action and a re-distribution of wealth on the part of greater society. As the above references make clear, social housing at the onset of the 20th century was taken very seriously at all social levels, both as a need and as an obligation of a civilised society

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The price of housing is a problem that runs across most social classes. In London, the south-east, much of rural Britain and several of the more desirable cities, you can be young, employed and even well-paid and have little prospect of acquiring a decent home. High house prices, which owe much to policies promoted by Margaret Thatcher’s government, pervert the promises of Thatcherism. If you work hard and are thrifty, she said, you will be rewarded. The Homes for Britain campaign, which brings together housing associations, private house builders, landlords, planners and architects, is holding a rally in Westminster.

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Housing Problems and Housing Policy provides a comprehensive and up-to-date account of housing policy in Britain setting it in the context of ideological and political perspectives on housing problems.Divided into four parts the text considers the ideological basis of housing policies, the political and economic influences on development of housing policy, the institutional framework of policy formation and the main housing problems in Britain today.Drawing on historical and contemporary sources and key policy documents Housing Problems and Housing Policy reviews the impact of the 1980s and 1990s housing policy reforms, highlights the strengths and limitations of operating free market principles in the housing sector and considers future directions in housing policy.Housing Problems and Housing Policy is essential reading for students taking degree courses in social policy, housing studies and sociology. It will also be of great interest to social workers, planners and all those involved in housing provision.