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Everyone in the UK should be able to live in affordable and high-quality housing (whether it is privately owned, privately rented, or in the social sector), with a market that operates transparently and where prices, quality and security of tenure are appropriately regulated.

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Time for parents
Most homeowners happy for house prices not to rise
Where next for the private rented sector?
Does owning a home make you more conservative?
Social security: The risks from automation and economic insecurity for England’s social renters
Housing Outlook Q4 2021: The impact of higher inflation on social renters’ housing costs
Regulation of private renting
Home county: Options for taxing main residence capital gains
The impact of a proportional property tax in London
Communicating about housing the UK: obstacles, openings, and emerging recommendations
Unlocking the gridlock: How a more democratic planning system can help fix the housing crisis
An intergenerational audit for the UK
Renters on low incomes face a policy black hole: homes for social rent are the answer
Delivering an equitable net zero transition
Building post-pandemic prosperity
SMC calls for children to be put centre stage of pandemic recovery
Moving from Concern to Concrete Change: How to channel the public’s concerns about poverty into a mandate for social housing
Denied the Right to a Safe Home: Fight for Home
Shaky Foundations
The State of Economic Justice in Birmingham and the Black Country 2021
An Avoidable Crisis (The Lawrence Review)
An intergenerational audit for the UK 2020
Who wins and who pays? Rentier power and the Covid crisis
Building for our future: A vision for social housing
Review reveals millions of private housing tenants are being failed
Everybody In: Ending Homelessness

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