Description - Housing Policy and Rented Housing in Europe by Michael Oxley
How does housing policy affect housing provision? How do government and market forces interact with the formulation and execution of housing policy? What implications do the differences between countries in the policy instruments used have on allocation, consumption and production of housing? The United Kingdom has the lowest level of housing investment in the EU. These questions - amongst others discussed in this important comparative review of European housing policy - must be addressed if we are to prevent housing provision dropping behind even further. The authors give a detailed examination of how private and social rented housing are provided. The whole of the EU is covered with particular emphasis on France, Germany, Holland and the UK. They explain the development, financing and managment of rented housing, giving the aims and the instruments of housing policy as well as an economic analysis of government activities. Housing Policy and Rented Housing in Europe will fully inform practising housing professionals as well as students of housing policy, surveying and planning on all aspects of the provision of rented housing.
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