Collaboration with Glasgow Centre for Population Health and University of Glasgow.
The project aims to undertake a systematic review of the evidence regarding tenant participation and activism in the Private Rented Sector (PRS). The review will include all English-language international evidence from peer-reviewed and grey literature sources published since the year 2000. It will focus on three specific objectives:
• To provide a state-of-the-art global summary of tenant participation and activism in PRS contexts
• To review the evidence of ‘what works’ in terms of impacts of tenant participation on policy, practice and outcomes for tenants
• To disseminate these findings to tenant’s rights organisations, policy makers and housing organisations/landlords
Garnham L & Rolfe S (2019) Tenant Participation in the Private Rented Sector: A Review of Existing Evidence. UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence. Glasgow. https://housingevidence.ac.uk/publications/tenant-participation-in-the-private-rented-sector-a-review-of-existing-evidence/