The book will inform a wide audience about the provision of rented housing in several European countries. The material is relevant to many housing, surveying and planning undergraduate and postgraduate courses which have a European housing element/option.
Table of Contents
Introduction. The reasons for housing policies. Policy instruments. Policy options in practice. Housing policy context. Social rented housing: systems of provisions. Social housing issues. Private rented housing provision. The changing position of private rented housing in Europe. Affordability. Conclusions. References. Index.
"...interesting new insights and approaches...useful and clear..." - Roof.
"...it has important insights on European housing systems and will undoubtedly be required reading for housing students" - Housing Review
"...useful descriptive material...well written...easy to use..." - Netherlands Journal of Housing and the Built Environment
"...a new and useful source of relevant data on housing policies in the European Union." - Urban Studies
"...generally well- structured." - Housing Studies
'...contain[s] a good deal of informative material and a clear and not uncritical account of the approach to housing adopted by orthodox economics. ...a useful addition ... - Pergamon Book Reviews