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HOUSING POLITICS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM : power, planning and protest.

Author: BRIAN LUND
Publisher: BRISTOL : POLICY Press, 2016.
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As housing moves up the UK political agenda, Brian Lund uses insights from public choice theory, the new institutionalism and social constructionism to explore the political processes involved in constructing and implementing housing policy and its political consequences.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als:
Lund, Brian.
Housing Politics in the United Kingdom : Power, Planning and Protest.
Bristol : Policy Press,c2016
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: BRIAN LUND
ISBN: 1447327101 9781447327103
OCLC Number: 961007214
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Contents: HOUSING POLITICS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1. Housing and politics; Housing the people; The political dimension; Industrialisation; Globalisation; Capitalism; The 'new institutionalism'; Social constructionism; Public choice theory; Promotional interest groups; Economic interest groups; Consumer groups; 'Think tanks'; Political parties; The 'media'; Local government; Devolved government; The voters; The UK Parliament; The European Union; Quasi-autonomous non-governmental organisations; Government departments; Policy networks and policy communities. The 'core executive'Conclusion; 2. Land politics; Land taxation; Lloyd George and land politics; Labour and land; The Conservatives and land; The Land Commission; The Community Land Act 1975; The Community Infrastructure Levy; Planning; Planning and the Second World War; Post-war planning; Green belts; Planning and New Labour; The Coalition government; Planning and economic growth; Land release: the developer's role; Mansion Tax; The 2015 general election; Conclusion; 3. Urban renewal:fencing the cities; Nineteenth-century public health politics; The rookery and the slum. Dispersal, regulation, ventilation and improvementThe 'Residuum'; A 'sewage' policy; Overcrowding; Rehabilitation; 'Sewage' again; Improving property; Area selectivity; 'It took a riot'; Property before people; Private sector improvement; Challenging cities; New Labour; The Coalition government; The 2015 Conservative government; Conclusion; 4. Private landlords: 'Rachmans' or 'Residential property-owners'?; Slum landlords; The rates issue; Rent control; The Rent Act 1957; 'Fair' rents; Withering on the vine; A market in rented accommodation?; Buy-to-Let (BTL); New Labour. The Right to Buy and private landlordismThe Coalition government and 'generation rent'?; Institutional investment in private landlordism; Regulation; Rent control; Housing Benefit expenditure; Private landlordism versus homeownership; Conclusion; 5. A property-owning democracy?; Suburban politics; 'Homeownership ideology'; Tax relief on mortgage interest; Labour and homeownership; Selling council houses; Lending competition; Ending tax relief on mortgage interest; Boom; Bust; The Coalition government; Green housing; Homeownership and the 2015 Conservative government; Conclusion. 6. Eclipsing council housingPauperising the working class and undermining private enterprise?; The Housing and Town Planning etc Act 1919; Subsidies and standards; Local governance; The war years; Universal; Residual high-rise; The strategic housing authority; Goodbye council housing 1: Conservative policy; Goodbye council housing 2: New Labour; Exit, Voice and Loyalty; Welcome home?; The Coalition government: 'welfare' housing; The 2015 Conservative government; Conclusion; 7. Bending the 'Third Arm': politicians and housing associations; Hybrids; Housing the poor?

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