This seminar featured Professor Michael Oxley, Director at the University of Cambridge Centre for Housing Planning Research (CCHPR). This presentation covered the changing role of the private rented housing sector in the UK and the implications for policy. It asked what can be learnt from policies on rent control, security of tenure, allocation and subsidisation in other advanced countries.
Professor Michael Oxley, Director, Cambridge Centre for Housing Planning Research, University of Cambridge
Nigel Keohane, Research Director, Social Market Foundation
Professor Michael Oxley is Director of the University of Cambridge CCHPR. He was previously Professor of Housing at De Montfort University and a visiting Research Fellow at Delft University of Technology. He has published widely in the field of rental housing and housing finance. This has included work on investment in social housing in the UK and internationally. His book Housing Economics and Planning is used on many university courses. He is a co author of Bridging the Gap Between Social and Market Rented Housing in Six European Countries?