Regulating the ‘Voluntary Housing Movement’: The Effect of Private Finance on ‘Social’ Housing

  • David Cowan
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Part of the Macmillan Law Masters book series (PMLM)

Abstract

‘In a sense it’s incidental that we build houses because it is now about finance and not about housing’, (Pryke, 1994, p. 249)

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© David Cowan 1999

Authors and Affiliations

  • David Cowan
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  1. 1.University of BristolUK

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