Rethinking social housing report
Welcome to the final report for Rethinking social housing.
This report is the culmination of the project.
Working with our advisory group we have completed three major stages of work over the course of the last year.
This included 200 workshops which more than 3,000 people who live and work in social housing took part in, public perceptions polling and a widespread evidence review.
On the back of that work our final report outlines a series of recommendations to the government and the sector to achieve the following six outcomes:
- Adopt a common definition and understanding of the role and purpose of social housing
- Ensure that tenants have a voice
- Increase the supply of genuinely affordable homes
- Ensure everyone can afford a place to cal home
- Make sure that existing homes and neighbourhoods are good quality and well-managed
- Challenge stigma and stereotyping.
The final report is available here.
For a more detailed report on our workshop results click here.
Infographics illustrating our public perceptions survey with Ipsos MORI are available here: