CHP has a unique experience in the study of inequalities and housing markets.
Our work has led debates on the private rented sector and low cost home ownership for decades, highlighting the effects of income on housing inequality and the vulnerability of some people with support needs.
Vulnerability amongst low-income households in the private rented sector in England
An analysis of experiences including over-crowding, poverty and poor conditions in the private rented sector.
Affordable homeownership and the risk of homeownership
Work with the Standard Life Foundation testing whether shared ownership is sustainable for lower-income homeowners.
The private rented sector: its contribution and potential
The ground-breaking study which has shaped policy debate for over a decade.
Overseas investors in London’s new build housing market
An exploration of the impact of foreign investment on London’s housing markets.
Code encounters: algorithmic risk-profiling in housing
This project examines the societal impact of algorithmic risk-profiling tools used by lenders and landlords.
We work closely with a broad range of partners to tackle the challenges of the 21st Century.