This book provides an accessible and up-to-date overview of the current debates and discussions in housing policy and practice. It acts as a source of reference for anyone studying or working in the housing field; from social policy studies to town planning.
David Garnett is currently Chair of Two Rivers Housing. He is co-author, with John Perry, of Housing Finance, published by the Chartered Institute of Housing in a revised edition in 2005. He is an experienced university lecturer, having been principal lecturer in Housing Finance at University of West of England, Bristol, and has extensive experience as a trainer, consultant, examiner and higher education manager.
Accountability.- Accounts (Interpretation Of).- Affordability (Includes Affordable Housing, Affordable Rent, Affordable Price).- Allocations (Includes Choice Based Lettings And Homelessness).- Anti-Social Behaviour.- Asset Management (Including Whole Life Costing).- Audit (Sub Divisions: Internal Audit, External Audit).- Business Plans.- Capital and Revenue (Distinction).- Care and Support.- Consultants (Use Of).- Continuous Improvement (Of Service Delivery) background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;"> .- Culture (Of Business).- Development.- Disability.- Diversity .- Empowerment.- Engagement (Including Participation) .- Evidence-Based Policy.- Environmental Sustainability (Includes Green Housing).- Equity (In Property Includes Equity Release).- Financial Planning and Management (Includes Viability And Debt Profiling).- Governance.- Government Policy.- Home Ownership .- Housing Market.- Housing Need And Demand (Including Need Assessment).- Housing Standards.- Inclusion (Includes Financial And Digital Inclusion).- Leasehold.- Local Government.- Low Cost Home Ownership (Including Shared Ownership).- Low Income Households.- Merit Goods And Services.- Mortgages.- Neighbourhoods and Communities (Includes Localism).- Nudge Theory.- Obsolescence (Including Repairs And Maintenance, Refurbishment And Renewal).- Partnerships (Includes Inter-Agency Working).- Performance Monitoring.- Planning Gain (Including Contractors' Contributions And Section 106 Agreements).- Politics.- Private Renting.- Proprietary And Non-Proprietary Interests.- Quality.- Regulation .- Rent.- Risk And Uncertainty (Analysis And Management).- Rural Housing.- Short-Termism (Including Whole Life Costing And Life Cycle Costing) .- Social Housing (Sub Divisions: Council Housing, Housing Associations, Almos).- Social Justice (Including Intergenerational Justice).- Social Responsibility (Contrasted With Shared Value).- Social Returns On Investment (SROI) (Including Social Dividends).- Social Enterprise.- Sources Of Finance.- Strategic Thinking and Planning (Distinction Between).- Subsidies (Ways Of Categorising).- Sustainability.- Taxation.- Tenancy Agreements (Sub Divisions: Assured, Assured Short Hold).- Value (Including Existing Use And Open Market).- Value For Money.- Welfare (Including Welfare Reform)