Published in 1998, current themes in housing are explored in this collection of papers. The gamut of issues surrounding participation, such as tenant participation or decision-making participation, together with the forces leading to exclusion, such as in relation to ethnic minorities, are examined. The book will be relevant to all those in the housing movement together with those working in related disciplines.
’…a useful addition to the housing policy and practice literature…will provide many with fresh insights and analyses.’ Local Government Studies
1. Bringing Tenants into Decision-Making, Rose Gilroy 2. Tenant Participation in Contracting for Housing Management Services: A Case Study, Peter Vincent-Jones and Andrew Harries 3. Partnership and Conflict: Working Relationships Between Voluntary and Statutory Agencies Providing Services for Homeless People, Dr. Philips Timms 4. Better a Public Tenant than a Private Borrower Be: The Possession Process and the Threat of Eviction, Caroline Hunter and Judy Nixon 5. The Sorting of the Forks from the Spades: An Unnecessary Distraction in Housing Law?, Helen Carr 6. The Impact of Consumerism on the Home Owner, Lisa Whitehouse 7. Tenure Choice and Ethnic Minorities in Scotland: Recent Research and Some Legal Conundrums, Martin MacEwen and Hilary Third 8. Bureaucracy or Death: Safeguarding Lives in Houses in Multiple Occupation, Nicholas J. Smith 9. Researching the Impact of Judicial Review on Routine Administrative Decision-Making, Simon Halliday 10. Too Poor to Stay Here: ’Illegal Immigrants’ and Housing Officers, Matthew Waddington 11. Facing Both Ways at Once? The Effect of the Housing Act 1996 on Legislation and Policy for the Safety of Women and Children Escaping Domestic Violence, Ellen Malos and Gill Hague.
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