The UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE) is a consortium of 14 institutions led by the University of Glasgow (PI Prof. Ken Gibb). The centre, which was established in August 2017, is a multidisciplinary partnership between academia, housing policy and practice. Over the course of the five-year programme, CaCHE researchers will produce evidence and new research which will contribute to tackling the UK’s housing problems at a national, devolved, regional, and local level. It is funded by the ESRC, AHRC and JRF. You can find out more via the centre’s website: https://housingevidence.ac.uk/
Soaita AM & McKee K (2021) Researching Home's Tangible and Intangible Materialities by Photo-Elicitation. Housing, Theory and Society, 38 (3), pp. 279-299. https://doi.org/10.1080/14036096.2020.1738543
McKee K, Soaita A & Hoolachan J (2020) 'Generation Rent' and the Emotions of Private Renting: self-worth, status and insecurity amongst low-income renters. Housing Studies, 35 (8), pp. 1468-1487. https://doi.org/10.1080/02673037.2019.1676400
McKee K (2020) Millennials aren’t the only ones struggling - older renters share their challenges finding decent housing. 'The Evidence', Governor Magazine. Winter 2020, Evidence Issue 25. 2020, pp. 5-6.
McKee K, Pearce A & Leahy S (2020) The Unequal Impact of Covid-19 on black, asian, minority ethnic and refugee communities. [Blog Post] 06.05.2020. https://housingevidence.ac.uk/the-unequal-impact-of-covid-19-on-black-asian-minority-ethnic-and-refugee-communities/
McKee K, Soaita AM & Munro M (2020) Private renters’ housing experiences in lightly regulated markets: review of qualitative research. UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE). Glasgow. https://housingevidence.ac.uk/publications/private-renters-housing-experiences-in-lightly-regulated-markets-review-of-qualitative-research/
Preece J, Bimpson E, Robinson D, McKee K & Flint J (2020) Forms and Mechanisms of Exclusion in Contemporary Housing Systems: a scoping study. UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE). Glasgow. https://housingevidence.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/200204-forms-and-mechanisms-of-exclusion-in-contemporary-housing-systems_final.pdf
McKee K, Mihael A & Munro M (2019) Beyond Generation rent: Understanding the aspirations of private renters aged 35-54. UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence. Glasgow. https://housingevidence.ac.uk/publications/beyond-generation-rent/