Housing

  • Paul N. Balchin
  • Jeffrey L. Kieve
  • Gregory H. Bull
Part of the Macmillan Building and Surveying Series book series (BASS)

Abstract

The housing market in the United Kingdom is composed of three distinct yet interrelated markets and tenures: private owner-occupied and private rented accommodation, and the public sector which includes voluntary housing, new town and local authority housing. These markets are related through a pattern of flows complicated by contractual obligations, ownership, property rights and Government intervention: from privately rented either to owner-occupation or to the public sector; and from local authority housing to owner-occupation.

Keywords

Migration Economic Crisis Europe Income Assure 

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© Paul N. Balchin, Jeffrey L. Kieve and Gregory H. Bull 1988

Authors and Affiliations

  • Paul N. Balchin
    • 1
  • Jeffrey L. Kieve
    • 1
  • Gregory H. Bull
    • 1
  1. 1.Thames PolytechnicUK

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