Impact on Housing Briefing Paper Library


Impact of immigration on demand for homes in England
3 January, 2021 - Briefing Paper: MW 486
Housing
8 July, 2019 - Briefing Paper: MW 430
Immigration and Housing
21 December, 2017 - Briefing Paper: MW 438
The Impact of Immigration on Housing Demand in England
15 November, 2017 - Briefing Paper: MW 424
International migration, population growth and households in the UK
29 April, 2015 - Briefing Paper: MW 362
The Demand for Housing in London
15 October, 2014 - Briefing Paper: MW 339
Briefing Note on Social Housing and Immigration
25 March, 2013 - Briefing Paper: MW 293
Who is getting local authority housing in London? Are some London councils telling the full story?
2 January, 2013 - Briefing Paper: MW 286
Who is being allocated social housing in London?
15 April, 2012 - Briefing Paper: MW 260
Migration and the Demand for Housing in England
31 August, 2011 - Briefing Paper: MW 239
Social Housing and Migration in England
15 August, 2011 - Briefing Paper: MW 236
Sir Andrew Green's Presentation to the National Housing Federation on 23 September, 2009
23 September, 2009 - Briefing Paper: MW 165
The impact of asylum on social housing
22 May, 2007 - Briefing Paper: MW 59
The impact of immigration on housing in England
26 March, 2007 - Briefing Paper: MW 58
The impact of asylum and possible amnesty on social housing
1 July, 2006 - Briefing Paper: MW 57
The impact of immigration on housing demand
13 June, 2006 - Briefing Paper: MW 56
Why do we need nearly 5 million new homes?
19 March, 2006 - Briefing Paper: MW 55
Household projections and immigration
14 March, 2006 - Briefing Paper: MW 54
Housing and immigration an update
12 October, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 53
Housing Report - The impact of immigration on housing in the UK
1 January, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 50
The impact of immigration on England’s housing
18 July, 2003 - Briefing Paper: MW 51

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