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Title Stakeholder housing : a third way / edited by Tim Brown ; foreword by Tony Blair.

Published London ; Sterling, Va. : Pluto Press, 1999.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xi, 266 pages)
Series Books at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
Notes "Published in association with the Labour Housing Group."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents ""Dedication ""; ""Acknowledgements ""; ""Contents ""; ""List of Tables ""; ""Foreword ""; ""1. Introduction ""; ""THE DAWNING OF A NEW ERA IN HOUSING AND SOCIAL POLICY? ""; ""THE PURPOSE OF THE BOOK ""; ""STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK ""; ""REFERENCES ""; ""2. The Third Way ""; ""INTRODUCTION ""; ""(RE- ) DISCOVERING A THIRD WAY? ""; ""HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ""; ""COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE ""; ""DEFINING THE THIRD WAY ""; ""ELEMENTS OF THIRD WAY THINKING ""; ""HOUSING POLICY AND AN HOLISTIC APPROACH ""; ""HOUSING PRACTICE AND THE THIRD WAY ""; ""CONCLUSIONS ""; ""REFERENCES ""
""Part 1. Making the Connections""""Introduction""; ""REFERENCES ""; ""3. Housing and the Environment ""; ""INTRODUCTION ""; ""HOUSING AND THE NEW ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDA ""; ""SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND HOUSING ""; ""SUSTAINABLE NEIGHBOURHOODS ""; ""HOUSING DESIGN AND MATERIALS ""; ""HOUSING AND HEALTH ""; ""HOUSING AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY ""; ""INDICATORS FOR SUSTAINABLE HOUSING ""; ""CONCLUSIONS ""; ""REFERENCES ""; ""4. Housing and Health ""; ""INTRODUCTION ""; ""LINKS BETWEEN HOUSING AND HEALTH ""; ""COORDINATION OF HOUSING AND HEALTH SERVICES ""
""TOWARDS A NEW GOVERNMENT AGENDA FOR HOUSING AND HEALTH """"Coordinated Policy Aims ""; ""Financial Measures ""; ""Better Housing Standards ""; ""Administrative Arrangements ""; ""CONCLUSIONS ""; ""REFERENCES ""; ""5. Housing and Social Exclusion ""; ""INTRODUCTION ""; ""CURRENT ACTIVITIES BY SOCIAL HOUSING PROVIDERS ""; ""SOCIAL LANDLORDS: SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS ""; ""FUTURE DIRECTIONS ""; ""Work in the Housing Sector ""; ""Access to the Labour Market ""; ""Community Business and Intermediate Labour Market Projects ""; ""Tackling Poverty for the Non Employed ""
""Improving the Quality of Life """"Social Inclusion for the Non Employed ""; ""CHANGING THE NATIONAL VISION ""; ""REFERENCES ""; ""6. Housing and Education ""; ""INTRODUCTION ""; ""LEARNING AND EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT ""; ""YOUNG PEOPLE, HOMELESSNESS AND EDUCATION ""; ""CHILDREN, HOUSING AND SCHOOLS ""; ""LOCAL GOVERNMENT ""; ""LOCAL INITIATIVES ""; ""CONCLUSIONS ""; ""REFERENCES ""; ""7. Housing and Europe ""; ""INTRODUCTION ""; ""THE EURO AND HOUSING FINANCE ""; ""CONVERGENCE CRITERIA AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS EXPENDITURE ON HOUSING ""; ""MACROECONOMICS AND HOUSING ""
""SOCIAL HOUSING PROVIDERS AND THE SUPPLY OF RENTED HOUSING """"HOUSING, SUBSIDIARITY AND LEAKAGE ""; ""TYPES OF SUBSIDY ""; ""CONCLUSIONS ""; ""REFERENCES ""; ""8. An American Perspective ""; ""INTRODUCTION ""; ""HOUSING OBJECTIVES AND THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION ""; ""BALANCING RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN PUBLIC HOUSING ""; ""CITIZENSHIP AND SOCIAL CAPITAL ""; ""REINVENTION OF GOVERNMENT ""; ""CONCLUSIONS ""; ""REFERENCES ""; ""Part 2. Visions for Housing""; ""Introduction ""; ""REFERENCES ""; ""9. A New Vision for Housing in England ""; ""A NEW VISION AND A PRACTICAL RESPONSE ""
Summary Annotation The Labour Housing Group (LHG) has been at the forefront of the housing debate in the UK for the past decade. In this groundbreaking study, the LHG explores how housing can contribute to New Labour's "Third Way" agenda of addressing social exclusion by involving stakeholders, balancing state and market interests, and addressing devolution. The distinguished contributors to this volume - ranging from members of the Labor government to well-known practitioners and academics - examine ways in which the much-touted Third Way can be translated from rhetoric into real and meaningful practice that has a positive impact on the lives of the community. The debate over the provision of adequate housing for all is scrutinized from a variety of perspectives, such as that of consumer, of provider, and of regulator. The authors make explicit the links between housing, health and the environment; set out a new agenda for housing; and explore what the Third Way might mean for housing stakeholders and those working in or studying housing and social policy.
Other author Brown, Tim, 1954 May 13-
Labour Housing Group (Great Britain)
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Housing policy -- Great Britain.
Housing authorities -- Great Britain.
Public housing -- Great Britain.
Home ownership -- Great Britain.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781849640558 (electronic bk.)
1849640556 (electronic bk.)
0745315054
9780745315058