On 10 December, LSE London held a debate and expert panel further to explore the issues constraining the supply of housing in London. Speakers included: Paul Cheshire, Emeritus Professor of Economic Geography, LSE Fran Tonkiss, Director, LSE Cities Programme Chris Hamnett, Professor of Geography, King’s College London Jo Negrini, Executive Director of Development and Environment, Croydon David Lammy, MP for Tottenham There was a considerable measure of agreement especially on ways forward…. Read More
The Lyons Housing Review published by Labour’s housing commission in October aims to provide a route map for creating an immediate step change in the building of new homes. In her blog for British Politics and Policy at LSE, Christine Whitehead reflects on the 39 recommendations of the review and the oddly brief section specific to London.
Christine Whitehead and Kath Scanlon produced the report, ‘Rent Stabilisation: Principles and International Experience’ for the London Borough of Camden, intended to stimulate national debate on stabilisation models and lead to action that results in a better private rented sector for both tenants and landlords.
Edited by Kath Scanlon, Christine Whitehead, and Melissa Fernandez, this book combines a comparative overview of European social housing with in-depth chapters written by international housing experts. Click here to purchase a copy of the book.
A report for Homes for Scotland by Christine Whitehead and Kath Scanlon of LSE London, Peter Williams of the Cambridge Centre for Housing Research, and Kenneth Gibb. Click here to read the report.
Christine Whitehead and Tony Travers along with Kath Scanlon and Melissa Fernandez of LSE London produced the report ‘Creating Conditions for Growth’ for Berkeley Group. It discusses the conditions necessary to stimulate house building, including the role played by foreign investment. Click here to read the report.
A research project by Kath Scanlon, Melissa Fernandez and Christine Whitehead of the London School of Economics and Political Science for Get Living London. Click here to access the report.
This collection of research, edited by Kath Scanlon of LSE London and Ben Kochan, explores international models for operating larger, more sustainable private rented sectors. Click here to access the report.