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Housing options and solutions for young people in 2020

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Publication date

Jun 2017

Summary

This study aims to inform the development of housing policy and practice by identifying the key challenges likely to face young people aged 18–30 in 2020.
Recent economic, social and political change has resulted in greater uncertainty in the housing options of young people in the UK. The recession has highlighted challenges such as high youth unemployment and a lack of available credit.
This study aims to inform the development of housing policy and practice by identifying the key challenges likely to face young people who will be aged 18–30 in 2020. It explores:
what shapes the housing experiences of young people;
the challenges young people will face in the housing market in 2020; and
policy responses to these likely changes.

Subjects

Young People, Economics, Public Policy, and Housing Market

Links

https://www.jrf.org.uk/report/housing-options-and-solutions-young-people-2020


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