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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: one hundred years of social housing / Stuart Lowe --The Act and its aftermath: the era of the 'model dwellings' / Jane Morton --The origins and development of local authority housing in Nottingham / Roger Smith and Paul Whysall --From solution to.
Affordable and Social Housing - Policy and Practice is a candid and critical appraisal of current big-ticket issues affecting the planning, development and management of affordable and social housing in the United Kingdom.
The successor to the second edition of the established textbook An Introduction to Social Housing, the book includes new chapters, reflecting the focal importance of Cited by: 6. Social housing is often caricatured as being associated with slum clearance or with crime-ridden Estates.
Brutalist architecture is often roped into the caricature as a dehumanising environment in which to live and pal Dreams tries to recover a more idealistic view that prevailed not long ago. This social housing book seems to provide an antidote to some of the caricature and also.
Public Housing That Worked: New York in the Twentieth Century. by Nicholas Dagen Bloom, an associate professor at the New York Institute of Technology Nicholas Bloom's book Public Housing That Worked is a fascinating and detailed history of public housing in New York from the tenements of the early s to current theories and practices on Cited by: The book takes a chronological approach, focusing on the distinct (if overlapping) phases that characterized the history of public and affordable housing in New York, beginning with early efforts that were entirely private and philanthropically-motivated.
A 'Forgotten History' Of How The U.S. Government Segregated America and pushed instead into urban housing projects.
Rothstein's new book. Public Housing That Worked shows how New York's administrators, beginning in the s, developed a rigorous system of public housing management that weathered a variety of social and political challenges.
A key element in the long-term viability of New York's public housing has been the constant search for better methods in fields such as. "This book is invaluable in showcasing impressively what can be achieved in designing and planning new social housing even now, but also in making clear the hoops councils are forced to jump through to provide it, and offering examples from elsewhere in Europe." - Owen Hatherley, journalist "A fascinating overview of social housing today/5(3).
Many mid-century planners, for all their missteps, tried to engineer a more equal city. In a groundbreaking new book, permanently affordable homes as “social housing.” Meanwhile, the Author: Nikil Saval.
When a former senior official from the Department of Environment writes a book about social housing we should all sit up and take note. Eddie Lewis spent three decades working in the Custom House.
From Lloyd George's promise of "homes fit for heroes" to Margaret Thatcher's dream of a property-owning democracy, housing has been at the centre of British politics for more than a century. Originally published inModern Housing is widely acknowledged as one of the most important books on housing of the twentieth century, introducing the latest developments in European modernist housing to an American audience.
It is also a manifesto: America needs to draw on Europe’s example to solve its housing crisis. Only when housing is transformed into a planned, public amenity will.
A paper called Social Housing in the United States, issued by a small left-leaning think tank called the People’s Policy Project, points out that countries like Finland and Sweden do a. organisation of social housing, the demographics of its residents and indeed in the scale of provision. By the new century there was a clear distinction between European countries whose governments wanted to withdraw from housing provision (as opposed to support) and those that continued to see a clear mainstream role for socialCited by: Semi-detached houses were a revolution in affordable 20th century modernity, but social diversity and high density housing must be part of a new future Sean Griffiths Wed 23 Author: Sean Griffiths.
The new book Golden Gates details how California set itself up for its current affordability crunch—and how it can now help build a nationwide housing movement. social services by zoning out. challenges and setbacks new housing was developed during the early decades of the twentieth century.
Influential architects and planners of the time, including H. Berlage and Michel de Klerk embraced social housing in their work. Social housing was geographically integrated, and often aesthetically artful. The book is ideal for students of housing and social policy, and for housing professionals aiming to obtain qualifications and wanting a broad understanding of the social housing sector.
Comprehensive introduction to the fundamental issues in social housing Illustrated with examples and cases from the UK and Europe Clear and easy to follow text4/5(1).
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with author Richard Rothstein about his new book, The Color of Law, which details how federal housing policies in the. Housing in America tells us about family stability, community life, social and economic equality, and public policy.
By looking at domestic architecture, Gwendolyn Wright's Building the Dream: A Social History of Housing in America is concerned with the "ordinary homes," the "model homes" (2/5 but the rating is for my enjoyment level, not for /5. A History of Housing in New York is an indispensable book, and not just for those interested specifically in housing in NYC.
If your subject is the history of New York City or urban housing anywhere, Richard Plunz's book is a 'must read'. New Book 'Cycle of Segregation' Examines How Invisible Forces Reinforce Housing Inequity Colorlines talks to authors Maria Krysan and Kyle Crowder about how invisible forces, such as social networks and personal experiences, contribute to residential segregation.England has lostsocial rented homes since through right to buy and other causes, even taking into account new build.
To meet the backlog of housing need, CIH and a coalition of housing and homelessness organisations has called for a ten-year investment programme of more than £12 billion a year to delivernew homes.