Urbani izziv Volume 0, No. 28–29, December 1995
University of Central England, Faculty of the Built Environment, School of Housing, Birmingham, Great Britain
Who now handles social housing provision? The role and performance of housing associations
In Britain, Housing Associations are organizations whose prime objectives are to develop and manage housing for people in housing need and who are on low incomes. They are sometimes referred to as the “voluntary housing sector” or the “third arm” of rented housing provisions, separate from private sector landlords and rented housing provided by statutory local (municipal) housing authorities. This article discusses the role of housing associations in the UK housing market.
housing, housing policy, housing associations, Great Britain