Housing Issues Supply and Affordability Short course

Overview

For several years, the output of both private and social housing supply has fallen behind levels of demand. On this short course, you'll identify the key issues around the housing crisis, examine the underlying causes, draw on international comparisons and consider possible solutions.

Course details

Structure

  • Mode of study: Face to face
  • Duration: 3 hours 20 minutes
  • Start and end dates: Not currently scheduled
  • Location: To be announced

Cost

  • Single bookings: £105
  • Multirate (3 or more courses booked at same time): £90
  • APC rate: £70
  • Apprenticeship rate: £70
  • Retired rate: £70

What you'll experience

On this short course you'll cover:

  • the origins, causes and nature roots of the housing crisis
  • supply in the private and social sectors affordability
  • new legislation and government policies
  • international comparisons
  • development case study
  • challenges to housing agencies
  • recent political pressure including Brexit and other political pressures

Teaching

You'll be taught by Dr Michael Newey, Chief Executive of the Broadland Group and Past President of the RICS. He had extensive experience of practice in the private sector before specialising in the housing sector, has significant international experience and has advised on housing policy to government in the UK and Australia.

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this course. 

How to book

This course has already been delivered. 

To register your interest for future courses, please email cpd@port.ac.uk

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