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HSA Conference 2014 – The Value of Housing

April 15, 2014 - April 17, 2014

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Start:
April 15, 2014
End:
April 17, 2014
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Venue

University of York
York, Heslington United Kingdom
Website:
www.york.ac.uk

Organizer

Housing Studies Association – Contact Sarah Welsh
Phone:
01904 702165
Email:
events@housing-studies-association.org

HSA Conference 2014 Report – http://housing-studies-association.org/2014/05/value-housing-hsa-conference-2014-report/

Article by Jules Birch – Inside Housing – http://housing-studies-association.org/2014/05/article-jules-birch-inside-housing-attendance-2014-hsa-conference-york/

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 07042014

 

 

Associated papers

Workshop papers and presentations

  • Culture value of architecture in homes and neighbourhoods

    Flora Samuel, University of Sheffield
  • Value for Whose Money? Housing Perspectives on VFM, Social Value and Social Accounting

    Guy Daly and Kevin Gulliver
  • “They know the price of everything but the value of nothing.” Issues of home, home loss and compensation in urban regeneration

    Lee Crookes, University of Sheffield
  • Issues in the treatment of housing costs in poverty measures

    Mark Stephens, Chris Leishman, Kirsten Besemer, Heriot-Watt University
  • Exploring the value of education within local housing markets: Sheffield, a case study

    Sue Easton, University of Sheffield
  • What does Air BnB tell us about the value of home ownership?

    Becky Tunstall, University of York
  • Assessing the growth of the private rented sector: choice versus constraints

    Paul Sissons, University of Coventry and Donald Houston, University of St. Andrews
  • Diversifying into private rental investments: Organisational strategies of English Housing Associations

    Nicky Morrison, University of Cambridge
  • The Economic Impact of Housing Organisations on the North

    Ian Wilson, Sheffield Hallam University
  • Social Housing regulation: two cultures

    Janis Bright
  • The long history and strange currency of overcrowding standards

    Helen Carr, University of Kent
  • The value of partnership? Future strategic pathways and options for housing providers

    Ceri Victory, Graham Squires, Luke Burroughs and Colin Booth, University of the West of England
  • Community Land Trusts and the ‘Value’ of Housing: Progress, Poverty and the Housing Question

    Udi Engelsman, Mike Rowe and Alan Southern, University of Liverpool
  • What we don’t know about housing and poverty

    James Gregory, Visiting Research Fellow, CASE, LSE and presented by Jim Vine, Director of Innovation, HACT
  • Will scale finally deliver? Overcoming the crisis: are Dutch housing associations able to deliver better value for money?

    Sake Zijlstra & Gerard van Bortel, TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
  • Monstrous hybrids: Housing Policy in Britain and Sweden

    David Clapham, University of Reading

Early careers papers and presentations

  • The Home as a Service: considerations on value

    Helena Polati Trippe, Royal College of Art
  • The effects of Cohousing on the Social Housing system: the case of the Threshold Centre

    Maria Laura Ruiu, University of Sassari
  • “Balancing the books: Can housing associations afford to continue investing in communities?”

    Patricia Jones, HACT
  • The Health and Safety Challenges of Researching Vulnerable People for a range of housing research projects

    Nadia Bashir, University of Sheffield
  • Valuing the Right to Buy

    Pete Redman, TradeRisks
  • Masterly Inactivity: The politics of private renting under New Labour

    Ben Pattison, University of Birmingham
  • “Slums are a product of private landlordism”: The Labour Party and the private rental market, 1950-70

    Phillip Child, University of Exeter
  • Affordance and the value of housing

    Paull Robathan, University of the West of England
  • Housing market search in the digital age

    Alasdair Rae, University of Sheffield
  • Housing as a Means, not an End?’ Reconceptualising ‘Housing Quality’ through Wellbeing Research

    Adele Irving, University of Northumbria
  • Young people and social inequalities: a case study of youth housing pathways in Bologna

    Elena Mattioli, University of Bologna, Italy
  • Techniques of Independent Living: Young People’s Practice of Tenancy Sustainment

    Alasdair B Stewart, University of Glasgow
  • The ‘gatekeeper’ in statutory homelessness services

    Sarah Alden, University of Sheffield

Plenary papers and presentations

  • The value of housing to welfare: Reflection from East Asian experiences

    Misa Izuhara, University of Bristol