Published March 1, 1996
by Taylor & Francis .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
The book provides an up-to-date international comparison of social housing policy and practice. It offers an analysis of how the social housing system currently works in each country, supported by relevant statistics. It identifies European trends in the . Housing Policy in Europe provides a comprehensive introduction to the economic, political and social issues of housing across the continent. The changing policy and practice of housing in fifteen countries from across Northern, Western, Southern and Central Europe are described, analyzed and : Hardcover. Book Review; Published: December Housing policy and rented housing in Europe. M. Oxley and J. Smith, London: E & FN Spon Author: Judith Yates. Public housing is a form of housing tenure in which the property is usually owned by a government authority, which may be central or local.. Social housing is any rental housing that may be owned and managed by the state, by non-profit organizations, or by a combination of the two, usually with the aim of providing affordable housing is generally rationed .
Europe. It is, instead, more specifically about aspects of rented housing and rental housing policy in France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK. Despite a balanced approach to the way in which the material is presented in the book, it is ultimately a book which reflects its authors' origins in being directed to a UK audience. Other. In Eastern Europe social housing was very much based on state provision of the social wage, and therefore was supplied to households at very low or zero direct price; in most of Northern Europe housing was seen as an important part of the welfare-state contract enabling households to afford adequate housing rented from a non-Cited by: Housing Policy and Rented Housing in Europe 1st Edition by Michael Oxley; Jaqueline Smith and Publisher Routledge. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: , X. The print version of this textbook is . Housing Policy in Europe provides a comprehensive introduction to the economic, political and social issues of housing across the continent. The changing policy and practice of housing in fifteen countries from across Northern, Western, Southern and Central Europe are described, analyzed and compared. The book explains why different systems of tenure are dominant in 3/5(1).
The analysis of the models of social rented housing in Western Europe informs the discussion on policy reforms affecting the sector in Eastern Europe. The emphasis is on changes in ownership and rent policies. THE SOCIAL RENTED SECTOR IN EASTERN EUROPE East European countries, particularly the ones in the former Soviet Block, have the legacyFile Size: KB. Much of Europe is uneasy with its housing policies and outcomes, Dieleman (). Changing responsibilities. Responsibility for housing policies lies at the national level and the Union has no direct competence in the field of housing policy, at least . housing crisis we also need to address problems of inequality, regional disparities of income and wealth, taxation policy, the labour market, our social security system and planning regulations. There is a housing crisis in Britain - and this is a humanitarian crisis: homelessness. About us Housing Europe is the European Federation of Public, Cooperative and Social Housing Established in , it is a network of 45 national and regional federations which together gather ab public, social and cooperative housing providers in 24 countries.