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The Housing and Regeneration Act 2008 creates an entirely new framework for funding and regulating affordable housing, one that is likely to last for many years to come. It sweeps away the old regulatory structure, abolishes the Housing Corporation, and creates two new bodies: the Homes and Communities Agency and the Tenant Services Authority.
This book includes the full text of the Act, including the Schedules, together with commentary explaining how the Act is likely to work, how different parts of it interact, and highlighting how it addresses the key issues and concerns raised during its passage through parliament.
This guide will be invaluable for everyone concerned in the provision and management of social housing, as well as academics, students of housing law and anyone with an interest in the sector.