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Housing Studies Conference 2011 – Housing in Hard Times: Class, Poverty and Social Exclusion

April 13, 2011 - April 15, 2011


University of York
York, Heslington United Kingdom + Google Map

Associated papers

Workshop papers and presentations

  • Northern Ireland’s social housing partnerships: meeting housing need in difficult times

    Nick Acheson and Jenny Muir
  • The big housing plan and economic strategies of households in South African cities

    Ambrose A. Adebayo
  • To provide or not to provide: housing policy and the shifting role of the state in South Africa

    Pauline W. Adebayo
  • All in this together? Serving deptived communities in a period of fiscal (no paper)

    Nick Bailey, Glen Bramley, Annette Hastings and David Watkins
  • Sharing and sanity: how houses of multiple occupationmay threaten the mental health of residents

    Caroline Barratt
  • Supported Housing: using outcomes to demonstrate the value of services (no paper)

    Sue Baxter and Lucy Woodbine
  • Social Exclusion, disability and housing in Australia: understanding the connections

    Andrew Beer, Selina Tully, Debbie Faulkner and Pauline McLoughlin
  • ‘You’ve never had it so good?’ A comparative assessment of the far-reaching effects of housing reform on poverty, across both the Liverpool City region and North East of England

    Joe Bickerton, Michael Lloyd, Chris Young and Ed Ferrari
  • ‘Their largesse is shrinking with their budgets’: Homelessness legislation as a mechanism of exclusion in hard times

    Graham Bowpitt and Peter Dwyer
  • New nomads: the dispossession of the consumer in social housing

    Quintin Bradley
  • Housing options: local authority ‘gatekeeping’ or a route to safety for victims of domestic violence?

    Gemma Burgess and Anna Clarke
  • Under-occupation of social housing – A change of direction (no paper)

    Anna Clarke
  • The tenure of the last resort? Housing improvements, residential quality and the Psychosocial wellbeing of social renters in Glasgow

    Julie Clark and Ade Kearns
  • The significance of tenure-specific housing market areas for housing planning

    Mike Coombes and Colin Jones
  • Hard times for whom? A broad analysis of the threat to ‘Social Security’ from the effects of globalisation

    Joe Crawford
  • Local experiences of housing market failure and regeneration in South Bank, Redcar and Cleveland

    Gill Davidson
  • How will tenants respond to the forthcoming Local Housing Allowance reforms? A reflection on the existing evidence

    Yvette Hartfree and Grahame Whitfield
  • Understanding residential mobility and immobility in deprived neighbourhoods

    Paul Hickman
  • The limits of the local connection: taking a multiscalar approach to youth homelessness (no paper)

    Emma Jackson
  • New localism, old retrenchment: The “Big Society”, housing policy and the politics of welfare reform

    Keith Jacobs and Tony Manzi
  • Staircase or elevator? ‘Housing First’ and other housing models for homeless people with complex support needs

    Sarah Johnsen
  • The global economic crises and the reshaping of housing opportunities in Britain (no paper)

    Patricia Kennett, Ray Forrest and Alex Marsh
  • From housing need to housing markets and the changing relationship between housing and planning

    Martin McNally
  • How low can you go? Community Land Trusts in England and Wales (no paper)

    Tom Moore
  • Tensions of measurement: community investment activities in housing associations

    David Mullins, Vanessa Wilkes and Terry Jones

Plenary papers and presentations

  • The ‘broken’ society as the classed representation of ‘welfare spaces’

    Dr Gerry Mooney
  • Exploring housing and class in hard times: working class place attachment and ‘elective fixity’

    Dr Kirsteen Paton
  • Priorities and actions, not just resources

    Mr Andy Milne
  • ‘What recession? It’s always recession round here’: personal experiences and patterns of neighbourhood change during hard times

    Professor Ian Cole
  • A new age of austerity: the impact of the British Government cuts to Housing Benefits

    Professor Chris Hamnett