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Is housing growth ever inclusive growth? Evidence from England 1981-2011

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  • UserProfessor Becky Tunstall held the position of Joseph Rowntree Professor of Housing Policy and was the Director of the Centre for Housing Policy (CHP) at University of York 2011-2016
  • ClockWednesday 06 November 2019, 16:00-17:00
  • HouseMill Lane Cambridge Lecture Room 9.

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Using census data, this paper compares English local authorities and three decades of housing development to search for cases where housing growth is inclusive. ‘Housing growth’ is defined as growth in average space per person, measured in rooms per person. ‘Inclusive growth’ is housing growth not accompanied by an increase in housing space inequality. There were a few cases of inclusive growth, and also inclusive non-growth. However, in most local authorities, for most of the decades 1981-91, 1991-2001, 2001-2011, housing growth was not inclusive, and there were also a few cases of non-inclusive non-growth.

This talk is part of the Land Economy Seminars Michaelmas 2019 series.

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