Is sharing the solution? : exploring the opportunities and challenges of privately rented shared accommodation for single people in housing need

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Green, Stephen; Mccarthy, Lindsey;

Reduced availability of, and access to, affordable accommodation coupled with housing benefit reductions, particularly for single people under the age of 35, make it inevitable that more people will require shared accommodation as a financially viable solution to their ... View more
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