Affordable Housing - Modern Guide to Construction and Delivery

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Commentary

This new online-only title deals with one of the most important issues in housing policy – that is, the provision of affordable housing. It is intended as a guide to local authorities, housing associations, and those in the wider public and private sector dealing with affordable housing. It will also be useful for lawyers advising on affordable housing. As a practical guide it takes the reader through what affordable housing is, how it is regulated, the relevant planning issues, how it is funded and who provides affordable housing. Differences in the approach between England and Wales are thoroughly covered. Written by a team of experts it provides comprehensive commentary on all aspects of the subject as well as practical tips and helpful hints.

TITLES—CONTRIBUTORS

Chapter 1 Affordable housing in England – ‘Social Housing’
Jonathan Hulley, Clarke Willmott

Chapter 2 Affordable housing in Wales – 'Social Housing'
Alex Campbell, Arden Chambers

Chapter 3 Providing social housing – 'England'
Anna Tkaczynska, Arden Chambers

Chapter 4 Regulation and Registration of Affordable Housing in England
Annette Cafferkey, Arden Chambers

Chapter 5 Regulation of Affordable Housing in Wales
Sarah Salmon, Arden Chambers

Chapter 6 Registration in Wales
Sarah Salmon, Arden Chambers

Chapter 7 Affordable housing through the planning system
Vicky Fowler, Gowling WLG

Chapter 8 Provision of social and affordable Housing by local authorities and local authority housing companies
Alan Aisbett, Berwin Leighton Paisner

Chapter 9 Provision of social and affordable housing by private registered providers
Alan Aisbett, Berwin Leighton Paisner

Contributors

Professor James Driscoll Author