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30 for 30 Blog Series
Housing and Digitisation
Elizabeth O'Hara considers new evidence concerning housing advice and digitisation in the context of the pandemic
24 Sep 2021
Empowerment and Enablement: Tackling Scotland’s Rural Housing Crisis
Derek Logie reflects on policy developments which have supported community-led housing in the last 20 years, and what more needs to be done.
8 Sep 2021
Ontological security. A term of contradictions.
In our latest 30 for 30 blog post Craig Gurney discusses ontological security.
20 Jul 2021
How British community groups are helping refugees integrate – and the government is making it harder
Whilst the Government support refugee integration in principal, there is little policy and state support to back this up.
25 Jun 2021
How can SNP and Greens end the housing crisis in Scotland?
In this blog Regina Serpa argues that a right to housing shouldn't be dependent on the outcome of a 2nd Independence Referendum.
10 Jun 2021
Interdisciplinary Forum on Innovative Housing Solutions
Philippa Hughes & Charles Gillott (University of Sheffield) reflect on their experience of hosting an Innovative Housing Solutions Forum.
1 Jun 2021
Stigma and Social Housing
As part of our 30 for 30 blogs Melanie Rees from the CIH looks at initiatives that are trying to address the stigma of social housing.
21 May 2021
The clue is in the name: homeless people need homes, not houses.
Based on personal experience, Leanna’s blog reflects on current homelessness policy in England and highlights that we still have a long way to go.
11 May 2021
Changing Fortunes of the UK PRS & Implications for Housing Research & Education
Dr Kim McKee reflects on the recent history of the Private Rented Sector (PRS) and the role of housing research and education.
12 Apr 2021
The HSA is 30 years old!
HSA Chair, Professor Phil Brown, launches our '30 for 30' blog series in celebration of the HSA's 30th anniversary.
15 Mar 2021
The Role of PRS Landlords in Making a Rented House a Home
Steve Rolfe and Kim McKee provide an overview of a new research report on what PRS landlords can do to help tenants feel at home
4 Feb 2021
Reconceptualizing Housing Tenure Seminar Series Part 2 – Stirling Event
Kim McKee, Craig Gurney and Jenny Hoolachan provide an overview of the second HSA/HSCT seminar on the topic of tenure
25 Aug 2020
Resources & Stakeholders: Rethinking Collaboration for Affordable Housing Provision
Sana Malik discusses the role of stakeholder engagement in affordable housing provision
8 Jul 2020
Coronavirus nearly ended homelessness in the UK. How can we end it for good?
Lígia Teixeira argues that homelessness in the UK cannot go back to 'business as usual' post COVID-19
3 Jul 2020
Rent and its Discontents: Tenant Mobilisation Against Housing Crisis
Neil Gray and Sonja Coquelin summarise their recent HSA-funded event
29 Jun 2020
How lockdown is disrupting the usual coping strategies of the fuel poor and necessitating new ones
The trustees of the Fuel Poverty Research Network explain how fuel poor households are being impacted by COVID-19 and lockdown
22 Jun 2020
Tackling Fuel Poverty – The Implications of Covid-19
The trustees of the Fuel Poverty Research Network discuss fuel poverty in light of the COVID-19 pandemic
15 May 2020
Housing Hits Zero!
In this HSA co-blog, Jenny Brierley and Phil Brown imagine the future of net-zero carbon in housing
27 Apr 2020
A Tribute to Jim Kemeny
Keith Jacobs and Tony Manzi pay tribute to their colleague and friend Professor Jim Kemeny who sadly passed away earlier this month.
20 Apr 2020
A Tribute to Ben Pattison
Ian Cole pays tribute to his friend and colleague Ben Pattison who sadly passed away in March 2020.
14 Apr 2020
Reconceptualizing Housing Tenure: Responding to the Intellectual and Policy Challenges.
Craig Gurney, Jenny Hoolachan and Kim McKee provide an overview of the first HSA/HSCT seminar on the topic of tenure
31 Mar 2020
If We Want Tenure to Tell us Something, What Do we Want it to Say?
Yoric Irving-Clarke provides detail of papers presented at the very first HSA/HSCT seminar on the topic of tenure
31 Mar 2020
A Broken Housing System that Works Well
Rowland Atkinson and Keith Jacobs introduce their new book 'What do we know and what should we do about housing?'
13 Feb 2020
Remembering Professor Ray Forrest
Alex Marsh reflects on the life and career of Professor Ray Forrest who sadly passed away in January 2020
27 Jan 2020
Welcome to the New Website of the Housing Studies Association
Phil Brown - HSA Chair - introduces our new website and sets out the HSA's plans for the coming years
16 Jan 2020
Getting to the Root
In this first HSA co-blog, Emma Lindley and Simon Taylor discuss the root causes of homelessness
7 Jan 2020
Remembering and Reflecting on my Time with HSA
Jenny Galbraith summarises her experiences of becoming involved with the HSA as an early-career researcher
5 Dec 2019
Students and Early Career Researchers: Do Not Fear Conferences!
Christian Zielinski reflects on his first time at a HSA conference
7 Nov 2019
Scottish Housing Day: 'Housing is a Human Right'
A reflection on two Scottish Housing Day events
25 Oct 2019
Make Planning Great Again
Housing Debates at the UK & Ireland Planning Research Conference 2019
10 Oct 2019
Young British Adults’ Homeownership Circumstances
Ellie Suh discusses findings from research on the role of family financial support in young British adults’ entry to homeownership.
24 Sep 2019
Querying the Legitimacy of a Housing Takeover and Property Rights in the Philippines
Research on Occupy Bulacan – a housing takeover movement in the Philippines by Hazel Dizon
6 Sep 2019
The Professionalisation of Short-Term Letting in London
Tom Simcock discusses the rise of Airbnb in London
23 Aug 2019
Reflecting on the Social Policy Association Conference 2019
Katie Colliver describes her experience of attending the Social Policy Association 2019 conference
16 Aug 2019
Home ownership and the power of the collective
Abi Woodward explains the use of informal economic activities which enable home ownership among Pakistani Muslims in Sheffield.
24 Jun 2019
The “undeserving poor”: Do multiply excluded homeless people experience poorer service interactions?
Edith England develops the concept of 'multiple exclusion homelessness'
14 Jun 2019
Control, Security & Praxis: Rethinking Home
Craig Gurney considers how the 2019 HSA conference shed new light on the concept of home
2 May 2019
The (dis)empowering potential of Health Smart Homes
Rachel Creaney discusses her PhD research on Health Smart Homes
2 Apr 2019
Building on What We Know: Fault Lines for Housing Research?
Alan Murie takes a historical look at housing tenure and questions the relevance of tenure for the future of housing studies
19 Mar 2019
The role of housing in tackling domestic abuse
Dora Welker discusses Sanctuary Schemes for domestic violence victims
28 Jan 2019
Doing Housing Research: Methods and Reality – 30th November
Jenny Galbraith and Emma Harrison reflect on their HSA-funded event on research methods and challenges within housing studies
19 Dec 2018
Rethinking social housing: how evidence should drive practice
Yoric Irving-Clarke outlines key findings from the CIH's 'Rethinking Social Housing' research
23 Oct 2018
The UK Immigration Act and the Right to Rent: Landlord Survey
11 Sep 2018
Housing Studies: A Practitioner’s Guide
31 Jul 2018
Housing 2018 - Event Summary
11 Jul 2018
HSA Sponsored Event – The Immigration Act and Public Services
Kim McKee and Sharon Leahy reflect on their UK Immigration Act symposium
4 Jul 2018
Constructing the Housing Crisis
Julia Heslop and Emma Ormerod discuss what is meant by a 'housing crisis'
19 Jun 2018
Joining Together and Promoting the Value of Social Housing Research
Simon Williams and Tony Price discuss the first joint meeting of RUSH and the Northern Regional Research Group
11 May 2018
Queery-ing Housing Studies
Peter Matthews discusses inequalities across housing organisations for LGBT+ people
3 May 2018
Why this Research-Led Housing Conference is Worth your Time
Councillor Paul Smith explains why non-academics should get involved with HSA
16 Apr 2018
Domestic Abuse and Housing: Reflections from the CIH/University of Essex Conference
Yoric Irving-Clarke reflects on a conference about domestic abuse and housing
3 Apr 2018
Research and Practice in Lock-Step
Tony Stacey discusses the role of practitioners and researchers in addressing housing issues in the UK
20 Mar 2018
Careers in Housing – The Lecturer’s Perspective
Helen Taylor discusses why she loves teaching Housing Studies
9 Mar 2018
HSA Conference 2018, Five Weeks to Go!
Joe Crawford and Tony Manzi provide a sneek peak of this year's HSA conference
6 Mar 2018
Youth Unemployment, Welfare Stigmatization and Mental Health
Chris Devany reflects on an ESRC Festival of Social Sciences event
7 Dec 2017
Autumn Budget 2017
Gavin Smart discusses the place of housing in the Autumn Budget
24 Nov 2017
The Public’s Housing – Towards a National Housing Movement?
Rowland Atkinson provides an overview of an event at the Sheffield Festival of Debate
10 Nov 2017
Lord Bob Kerslake’s speech at the Housing Studies Association Autumn Lecture, October 2017
A transcript of Lord Kerslake's speech at the HSA Autumn Lecture 2017
28 Oct 2017
Addressing the UK Housing Challenge: the Housing Studies Association Autumn Lecture 2017
Beth Watts summarises the HSA's first ever Autumn Lecture
28 Oct 2017
National Housing Federation Conference 2017: Social Housing and the Search for Clarity
Brian Robson reflect on the NHF 2017 conference
5 Oct 2017
Introducing the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence
Ken Gibb introduces CaCHE and the first HSA Autumn Lecture
28 Sep 2017
News from the Housing Studies Association and why you should join now
Beth Watts, HSA Chair, describes the benefits of becoming an HSA member
25 Sep 2017
RC21 Conference Blog: Financialisation and Urban Global Justice
Ben Pattison reflects on the 2017 RC21 conference
18 Sep 2017
Housing: The Electorate Strikes Back?
Brian Lund reflects on the role of housing in the 2017 General Election
14 Aug 2017
Thinkhouse – Linking Research and Decision-Making in Housing
Richard Hyde discusses the motivations behind setting up Thinkhouse
3 Aug 2017
Making the Private Rented Sector Work for People in Poverty
Amy Beckett reflects on a joint JRF and CIH event about private renting
25 Jul 2017
Putting the “Social” back in “Social Housing”? Thoughts from Housing 2017
Yoric Irving-Clarke reflects on the 2017 CIH conference
7 Jul 2017
The Impact of Inequality: Reflections on Grenfell
Tony Manzi discusses the failure of three policy strands in the context of the Grenfell Tower fire
3 Jul 2017
Being Homeless Twice: The Migrant Experience of Homelessness
Valerie Karn prize winner Regina Serpa presents key themes from her successful paper
21 Jun 2017
Homelessness Reduction Act 2017: Solution to the Housing Crisis in England?
Jenny Hoolachan presents an overview of an event titled 'Homelessness Conference 2017: Solutions to the Housing Crisis’
7 Jun 2017
Housing Studies in a Time of Crisis
Beth Watts reflects on the Housing Studies Association Conference 2017
10 Apr 2017
Homelessness and the Private Rented Sector
Joe Crawford provides an overview of an HSA-funded event
6 Dec 2016
Tackling Homelessness: Developing and Sharing Best Practice
Jennifer Harris provides an overview of a one-day research event 'Tackling Homelessness: Developing and Sharing Best Practice'
24 Nov 2016
Defining and Measuring Housing Affordability in the PRS Using the Minimum Income Standard
Lydia Marshall from NatCen provides an overview of her 2016 ENHR conference paper
29 Aug 2016
Housing in Uncertain Times. Report from the 2016 CIH Conference
Helen Taylor discusses the key themes of the 2016 CIH conference.
20 Jul 2016
Report from the RGS London Housing Seminar
Tony Manzi provides an overview of the 2016 RGS London Housing Seminar
8 Jul 2016
Early Career Researcher’s Funding Workshop
An overview of the ECR workshop that took place during the 2016 HSA conference
27 Apr 2016
Jules Birch asks 'what does the future hold for housing?'
26 Apr 2016
Getting Housing in Perspective: Reflections on Research and Journalism
Jules Birch reflects on the differences between academics and journalists in understanding housing.
13 Apr 2016
Housing Generation Rent in Scotland
Kim McKee and Jennifer Hoolachan launch a new report on Generation Rent in Scotland.
30 Jun 2015
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