Our third and final research seminar ont he Affordable Rent Model in London looked forward to an affordable housing programme post-2015.
In March 2013, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published ‘Changes to Affordable Housing in London and Implications for Delivery’, a report written by Future of London. As part of its review of the London housing market, the report quantified acute need as a significant challenge. Since publication, updated statistics have become … Read more
On 6th March, we launched a discussion paper , produced for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and written by Future of London. This paper gives an overview of the London housing market with a particular focus on affordability and the impact of recent policy reforms on affordable housing. It argues that … Read more
This project will look at the use and viability of the ARM as a means of building new affordable housing in London.
Drawing from our event series, this paper focuses on the policy agenda, landlord accreditation and institutional investment.
Our recent event explored historical and current regulation in PRS and asks what appropriate regulatory tools moving forward could be.
Presentations at our recent event ‘Future of the Private Rented Sector: Policy Landscape’ outlined that there is current government recognition of need to expand PRS.
The Private Rented Sector has growing prominence in London’s housing market. This series explores the policy landscape, reform & regulation, and new investment models.
Read a short report of our site visit to Maple Quays, Canada Water, the third and final of our summer Barratt Homes series.
This research by the Future of London and The Smith Institute also warns that this growth is pricing out local people.