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Property-based welfare and vulnerability in the private rented sector
(2015-04) - Conference paper,
The paper argues that the high diversity among both tenants’ housing pathways and landlords’ property strategies has created complex patterns of welfare and vulnerability across PRS which are permeated by insufficiently ...
Regulating Scotland's social landlords : localised resistance to technologies of performance management
(2009-03) - Journal article,
Influenced by Foucault's later work on governmentality, this paper explores the regulation of social landlords as a 'technology of performance' concerned with governing the conduct of dispersed welfare agencies and the ...
Transforming Scotland’s public sector housing through community ownership : the reterritorialisation of housing governance?
(2008-08) - Journal article,
In recent decades, UK public-sector housing has increasingly been problematised, with government solutions focusing on modernising the sector by transferring ownership of the housing from the public to the voluntary sector ...
Governance and sustainability in Glasgow : connecting symbolic capital and housing consumption to regeneration
(2008-12) - Journal article,
To transcend a legacy of slum-living, paternalistic provision and urban decline Glasgow City Council has endeavoured to transform the city’s fortunes by a plethora of mechanisms, which have at their core the establishment ...
The ‘responsible’ tenant and the problem of apathy
(2009-01) - Journal article,
In the last decade, the UK New Labour government has emphasised tenant participation in housing policy. Consequently, those individuals who decide to opt out of participation processes have been problematised as ‘apathetic’, ...
Empowering Glasgow’s tenants through community ownership?
(2009-06) - Journal article,
Post 1997, stock transfer has been pivotal to the housing and regeneration agenda of the New Labour government, both at the UK and devolved level. Although a heavily researched policy area, stock transfer research has ...
Housing associations and the Big Society : lessons from Scotland's community housing sector
(University of St Andrews, 2012-04-30) - Report,
Funded by the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland this qualitative study explored the relevance of the Big Society for housing policy in Scotland, through a focus on Community-Controlled Housing Associations ...
Report on seminar 3 : ESRC Seminar Series
(University of St Andrews, 2014-05) - Report,
Briefing 2 : Localism and New Housing Futures
(University of St Andrews, 2014-08-11) - Report,
Briefing 1: The Big Society and Welfare Reform
(University of St Andrews, 2014-07-08) - Report,