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You might have thought that being 700,000 homes short would constitute a crisis. Well, no it doesn’t! James Gross AoU
“If there is a lesson in street-watching, it is that people do like basics — and as environments go, a
by Paul Ostergaard AoU Universities continue to play a fundamental role in the development of cities, both economically and, importantly,
The changing context faced by social housing is more complex and inherently risky for housing associations than at any other
John McAslan AoU draws comparisons between New York and London for lessons on how cities can tackle housing shortages Arriving