About this book
This text examines the conflicts, pressures and responsibilities involved in providing social housing through the perspective of housing practitioners. An analysis of the key issues dominating social housing provides a context within which the nature of housing management is considered with reference to concepts such as competition, partnership, consumer control, community care and equal opportunities. It will appeal to students and lecturers of social policy and health and welfare studies as well as housing studies.
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