Capping aspiration : the millennial housing challenge

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Cole, Ian; Green, Stephen; Pattison, Ben; Reeve, Kesia; Wilson, Ian;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Sheffield Hallam University for the Sovereign Housing Association

Housing costs in the south east of England are unaffordable for millennials, even in social housing. And the Shared Accommodation Rate could cause severe hardship for single 16–34 year olds claiming Housing Benefit.\ud \ud The housing aspirations identified during the r... View more
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    2. What are the housing challenges facing younger people in the South East?.................................................................................................................3 2.1. Profile of the younger person population in the South East .....................................3 2.2. Housing affordability for younger people in the South East......................................5 2.3. How affordable is housing in the South East for young people? ..............................7 2.4. The implications for affordability of the extension of the SAR into social housing .........................................................................................................8

    3. Younger people's housing preferences and priorities ...........................................11 3.2. Housing challenges faced by younger people .......................................................12 3.4. Preferences for self-contained accommodation.....................................................14 3.5. Attitudes towards shared accommodation .............................................................14 3.6. Home ownership issues ........................................................................................16 3.7. Experiences of advice and support........................................................................16 3.8. Perspectives on the future.....................................................................................17

    4. The challenge facing housing associations in the South East..............................19

    5. How can housing associations in the South East help meet the housing needs of younger people? Potential models of housing provision ...................................................................................................................23 5.1. Low-cost self-contained accommodation...............................................................23 5.2. Shared accommodation.........................................................................................25 5.3. Delivering housing through partnerships ...............................................................28 5.1. Measures to support delivery of housing to younger people ..................................30 5.1.

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