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The rural housing questionCommunity and planning in Britain's countrysides$
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Madhu Satsangi

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9781847423856

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781847423856.001.0001

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Private renting

Private renting

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(p.169) Fifteen Private renting
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The rural housing question
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Madhu Satsangi

Nick Gallent

Mark Bevan

Publisher:
Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781847423856.003.0015

One of the key themes of the previous chapter was that the provision of a wide range of options to rent or buy, or to acquire property on an intermediate basis, would help to broaden access to housing specifically for lower-income groups in the rural areas. Part of this range of options stemmed from the privately rented sector (PRS). From the 1980s onwards, policy makers have recognised the valid contribution that private landlords play in terms of delivering affordable housing solutions. This chapter discusses private renting and the role it plays within the housing system. It determines the extent to which these roles are different or complementary to the social rented sector. It also discusses the implications of the PRS on the particular sub-markets of local housing systems that the sector is operating in. Before focusing on these issues, the chapter first provides a historical overview of the PRS.

Keywords:   housing, rural areas, privately rented sector, affordable housing, private landlords, social rented sector

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