Posted on 06 September 2019 by Joseph Cant, Senior Researcher
It has been 100 years since the Addison Act, the landmark bill which saw the large-scale national expansion of public housing just after World War I. A lot has changed over the last century, but the social rented sector continues to be an important tenure option. This blog looks at the role of social housing in context of the homelessness crisis and what might happen if current tenure trends continue.
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English Housing Survey, homelessness, housing, renting