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Housing Pathways of Young People Towards 2020

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Recent economic, social and political change has generated greater uncertainty in the housing options of young people. The recession has also highlighted challenges such as the lack of available credit and high youth unemployment. This report explores what the housing situation might be like for young people who will be aged between 18-30 in 2020.

Professor David Clapham joined the University of Reading as Professor of Planning in 2012. He was previously at the University of Glasgow and then joined Cardiff University in 1994 as Professor of Housing and Director of the then Centre for Housing Management and Development. Professor Clapham’s current research interests include work on the housing of young people in the UK and the changing nature of the private rented sector. He is also working on the integration of different perspectives into the analysis of housing markets and is writing a book on supported housing

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