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innovation and effectiveness in a ‘cold climate’
implementing the homeless reduction bill: lessons from london
i, daniel blake demands a political response
it’s time to consider property taxation in the round
innovation and effectiveness in a ‘cold climate’
implementing the homeless reduction bill: lessons from london
i, daniel blake demands a political response
it’s time to consider property taxation in the round
having talked the talk, which way should we walk?
select committee report misses opportunity to be radical on homelessness
the ‘more or less?’ quiz on ‘counting the cost of uk poverty’
“brexit means brexit”, but what does brexit mean?
destitution and foodbanks in the uk: new evidence sheds light on topical debates
priorities for addressing youth homelessness in scotland
local tax reform – what the scottish parties propose
the council tax: why scotland needs a new way to implement radical reforms
joseph rowntree foundation must not be confused with the trust that aided alistair carmichael
can we plan for and with children?
ten steps to increasing housing supply in england
no one said it would be easy: reforming local taxation in scotland
the coming of the green office revolution?
housing in sweden: not such a paradise
i-sphere research highlights impact of cuts on local services
youth homelessness in the uk
public spaces protection orders, rough sleepers and media storms
social security for young people – how does the uk compare?
the cost of the cuts: a social impact tool for local authorities
i-sphere submits evidence to house of lords on national policy for the built environment
wenjie wu receives world social science fellow award
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skip to content about i-sphere contact phd opportunities postgraduate courses research themes seminars innovation and effectiveness in a ‘cold climate’ beth watts argues that the growing focus on innovative responses to homelessness must be balanced with a commitment to approaches we already know work. read more implementing the homeless reduction bill: lessons from london now that the homelessness reduction bill has passed its second reading, i-sphere phd student and practitioner adam stephenson considers how local authorities can best implement the proposed changes. read more i, daniel blake demands a political response mark stephens argues that the underlying solution to the misery inflicted on the characters portrayed in david loach’s film lies in reforming policy, not charity. read more it’s time to consider property taxation in the round mark stephens argues that scotland’s new system of housing transaction tax should be allowed to bed down, but that as the parliament’s finance committee considers “a scottish approach to taxation” it should consider property taxation in the round. read more nov 24 innovation and effectiveness in a ‘cold climate’ beth watts argues that the growing focus on innovative responses to homelessness must be balanced with a commitment to approaches we already know work. read more nov 8 implementing the homeless reduction bill: lessons from london now that the homelessness reduction bill has passed its second reading, i-sphere phd student and practitioner adam stephenson considers how local authorities can best implement the proposed changes. read more oct 26 2 comments i, daniel blake demands a political response mark stephens argues that the underlying solution to the misery inflicted on the characters portrayed in david loach’s film lies in reforming policy, not charity. read more oct 3 it’s time to consider property taxation in the round mark stephens argues that scotland’s new system of housing transaction tax should be allowed to bed down, but that as the parliament’s finance committee considers “a scottish approach to taxation” it should consider property taxation in the round. read more aug 29 1 comment having talked the talk, which way should we walk? drawing on new research for the joseph rowntree foundation, professor glen bramley considers what policies would substantially reduce poverty in the uk. read more aug 19 1 comment select committee report misses opportunity to be radical on homelessness suzanne fitzpatrick, sarah johnsen and beth watts reflect on recent recommendations to strengthen the homelessness safety net in england. read more aug 1 the ‘more or less?’ quiz on ‘counting the cost of uk poverty’ glen bramley discusses the findings of his new joseph rowntree foundation research counting the costs of poverty in the uk. read more jul 28 1 comment “brexit means brexit”, but what does brexit mean? in the aftermath of the eu referendum, mark stephens considers what brexit might mean in practice. read more jun 28 destitution and foodbanks in the uk: new evidence sheds light on topical debates dr filip sosenko examines food bank use in the uk drawing on new data from the jrf-funded destitution study. read more jun 9 1 comment priorities for addressing youth homelessness in scotland dr beth watts identifies priorities for developing services for young people at risk of or experiencing homelessness in scotland. read more may 2 local tax reform – what the scottish parties propose with the scottish parliament elections less than a week away, mark stephens discusses the parties’ proposals for reforming local taxation. read more apr 13 the council tax: why scotland needs a new way to implement radical reforms professor mark stephens discusses prospects for council tax reform in scotland.  read more mar 29 2 comments joseph rowntree foundation must not be confused with the trust that aided alistair carmichael academics at scottish universities highlight value of jospeh rowntree foundation's research and policy development in scotland. read more feb 19 1 comment can we plan for and with children? jenny wood discusses how the scottish planning system can be improved for children and young people. read more jan 11 ten steps to increasing housing supply in england i-sphere housing economist glen bramley gives his ‘ten point plan’ for increasing housing supply in england. read more dec 14 1 comment no one said it would be easy: reforming local taxation in scotland professor mark stephens welcomes today’s report on local tax reform, but warns that it is only the first step on the road to replacing the council tax in scotland. read more dec 9 the coming of the green office revolution? new i-sphere research is the first to look at the development of the market for green offices in the uk. it sheds light on the challenges for the greening of the uk’s office stock. read more nov 30 1 comment housing in sweden: not such a paradise mark stephens questions whether the swedish housing system provides a suitable template for reform in the uk read more nov 13 i-sphere research highlights impact of cuts on local services research conducted by i-sphere and university of glasgow researchers exploring the 'cost of the cuts' used to highlight impact of budget cuts on local authority services. read more nov 12 1 comment youth homelessness in the uk dr beth watts discusses the findings of a review of youth homelessness policy and practice in the uk, identifying priorities for future service development and investment. read more nov 9 2 comments public spaces protection orders, rough sleepers and media storms professor sarah johnsen discusses the recent controversy provoked by the development of public spaces protection orders targeting rough sleepers in towns and cities across england and wales read more nov 4 social security for young people – how does the uk compare? professor mark stephens and janice blenkinsopp discuss the findings of their international review of young people's social security entitlements. read more oct 27 1 comment the cost of the cuts: a social impact tool for local authorities as local authorities continue to face difficult decisions amid ongoing austerity measures, joseph rowntree foundation has worked with researchers at the university of glasgow and i-sphere, heriot-watt university to produce a tool to help councils assess the impact of cuts on services and the public. read more oct 14 1 comment i-sphere submits evidence to house of lords on national policy for the built environment this blog reproduces evidence submitted to the house of lords select committee on national policy for the built environment by i-sphere professors glen bramley, neil dunse and chris leishman. read more oct 8 wenjie wu receives world social science fellow award dr. wenjie wu, associate professor at i-sphere, heriot watt university, has been awarded as a world social science fellow in big data and urban contexts by the international social science council. read more ← older entries get email updates for new i-sphere blog posts join 530 other followers search: search follow i-sphere on twittermy tweetsrecent topicsaffordable homes child poverty credit crunch deprivation early career research evidence-based policy greenspace home-ownership homelessness housing housing crisis housing demand housing markets housing shortage joseph rowntree foundation planning policy research postgraduate research poverty property markets scotland social exclusion urban economics welfare policy wellbeingtop posts & pages visitor counter 442,285 visitors so far contact usinstitute of social policy, housing, the environment and real estate, william arrol building heriot-watt university, riccarton, edinburgh, eh14 4as, united kingdom. +44 (0)131 451 8362 blog at wordpress.com. post to cancel


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