The pressured housing markets of Sydney and Melbourne pose major challenges, from problems for aspiring homebuyers and lower-income populations to lesser-noticed impacts on urban productivity.
A report examining the relationship between pressured housing markets in Sydney and economic growth.
This paper examines recent Canadian policy shifts to cope with, and remove, house price pressures in major metropolitan areas, Vancouver and Toronto.
Expert-led seminar on the private rented sector.
Ken Gibb examines a media story on the housing market, to scrutinise the facts of the story and the quality of analyis.
Piece reflecting on the peak in home ownership, now at a 25 year low, and how has been redistributed into the quickly growing buy-to-let rental market .
Piece on the debates around the need to shift the preponderance of new housing supply from the large volume house builders towards small and medium-sized builders.
Housing tenure has little to do with economic and social policy performance. So is the UK set to continue its recent shift from home ownership to rental?
This year’s budget is a critical milestone on the road to the European elections, the Scottish Referendum and primarily next year’s general election. So what should George Osborne do?
The Housing Market Renewal Programme in Northern England: Lessons from the past, challenges for the future.
By Brendan Nevin, Director of North Housing Consulting On Friday 24th January 2014 Brendan was the guest speaker at a seminar as part of the Urban Studies Seminar Series. Abstract During the thirty years 1970-2000 many inner urban areas in older ex industrial towns and cities in the North and Midlands of England experienced significant…