Research Report

Forms and Mechanisms of Exclusion in Contemporary Housing Systems: a scoping study

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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

Abstract
First paragraph: According to recent research commissioned by the National Housing Federation (2019; see also BBC, 2019), 8.4m people in England are directly affected by the housing crisis, with one in seven of the population living in unaffordable, insecure, overcrowded or unsuitable homes. The drivers of this exclusion are a complex combination of structural, institutional and individual factors in which some long-term forms of exclusion continue, or are exacerbated, while other new mechanisms of exclusion have emerged. This report should be read in conjunction with the CaCHE evidence review (Preece and Bimpson, 2019).

StatusPublished
FundersESRC Economic and Social Research Council
Publication date04/02/2020
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/32865
Publisher URLhttps://housingevidence.ac.uk/…ystems_final.pdf
Place of publicationGlasgow

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