Keyword matches: housing

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Buck M, Bryant L, Williams M. Housing and Households in Cornwall: a Pilot Study of Cornish Families. Plymouth: University of Plymouth; 1993.

Creeser R. The 1991 Census data: the scope of the LS for using the 1991 Census question on central heating. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 7. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1994. p. 2-4.

Cribier F, Kych A. A comparison of retirement migration from Paris and London. Environment and Planning A 1993; 25 (10): 1399-1420. View abstract.

Dale A, Williams M. Overcrowding as an indicator of housing deprivation in the LS. In: LS Newsletter. London: OPCS; 1993. p. 3-6.

Dale A, Williams M, Dodgeon B. Housing Deprivation and Social Change. LS Series No. 8.. 1996; Order from TSO:

Filakti H, Fox J. Differences in mortality by housing tenure and by car access from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1995; (81): 27-30. View abstract.

Gelb J, Lyons M. A Tale of Two Cities: Housing Policy and Gentrification in London and New York. London: Faculty of the Built Environment, South Bank Polytechnic; 1991.

Grundy E. Household circumstances and transitions. In: Warnes A, editor. Homes and Travel: Local Life in the Third Age. London: Carnegie Trust; 1992. p. 20-33.

Grundy E. Demographic change, household evolution and housing need. In: Stillwell J, Scholten HJ, editors. Contemporary Research in Population Geography: a Comparison of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers; 1989. p. 149-158.

Hall R, Hill C, Ogden P. Migration and household change with particular reference to one-person households. In: Creeser R, Gleave S, editors. Migration Within England and Wales Using the Longitudinal Study. ONS Series LS, No. 9. London: The Stationery Office; 2000. p. 62-73. View abstract.

Hamnett C. The relationship between residential migration and housing tenure in London, 1971-81: a longitudinal analysis. Environment and Planning A 1991; 23 (8): 1147-1162.

Hamnett C. Labour and housing market change in London: a longitudinal analysis. In: Harns R, Pratt G, editors. Housing Tenure and Social Class. The National Swedish Institute for Building Research; 1987.

Hamnett C. Labour and Housing Market Change in London. 1987.

Hamnett C, Randolph W. Labour and housing market change in London: a longitudinal analysis, 1971-1981. Urban Studies 1988; 25 (5): 380-398.

Hoggart K. Home occupancy and rural housing problems in England. Town Planning Review 1997; 68 (4): 495-515.

Hollywood E. Immobility as part of the migration process: the changing geography of miners in England and Wales. In: Creeser R, Gleave S, editors. Migration Within England and Wales Using the Longitudinal Study. ONS Series LS, no. 9. London: The Stationery Office; 2000. p. 85-93. View abstract.

Holmans AE. Divorce, Remarriage and Housing: the Effects of Divorce, Remarriage, Separation and the Formation of the New Couple Households on the number of Separate Households and Housing Demand and Conditions. London: Department of the Environment, Transport and Regions; 2000.

Holmans AE. Housing demand and need generated by divorce. In: Symon P, editor. Housing and Divorce. Glasgow: Glasgow University, Centre for Housing Research; 1990.

Jarvis H. Housing mobility as a function of household structure: towards a deeper explanation of housing-related disadvantage. Housing Studies 1999; 14 (4): 491-505. View abstract.

Jarvis H. Housing, labour markets and household structure: questioning the role of secondary data analysis in sustaining the polarization debate. Regional Studies 1997; 31 (5): 521-531. View abstract.

Leon D. Housing Tenure: an Example of Using Record Linkage to Study Differentials in Cancer Incidence, Survival and Mortality. LS working paper 2. 1983.

Lyons M. Neither chaos nor stark simplicity: a comment on Redfern's 'Rethinking Gentrification 1 and 2'. Environment and Planning A 2001; 30 (2): 367-370.

Lyons M. Chaos or complexity? Casualisation, feminisation and gentrification in London, 1971-1991. In: Creeser R, Gleave S, editors. Migration Within England and Wales Using the Longitudinal Study. ONS Series LS, No. 9. London: The Stationery Office; 2000. p. 49-61. View abstract.

Lyons M. Professionalisation, feminisation, and sociospatial polarisation in London, 1971-1991. Environment and Planning A 1999; 31 (3): 491-506. View abstract.

Lyons M. Migration in the restructuring of London's housing market. In: Hall P, Mustered S, Boregard LE, editors. Migration, Mobility and Metropolitan Change. London: University College London Press; 1999.

Lyons M, Bruegel I. Inter-generational Mobility in London's Labour and Housing Markets, 1971-1991. London: School of Urban Development and Policy, South Bank University; 1998

Lyons M, Roberts P. Dynamics of Change in the London Borough of Wandsworth: Housing and Sales Policies, 1971-1988. London: Faculty of the Built Environment, South Bank University; 1991.

Moser K, Goldblatt P. Mortality of Women in the OPCS Longitudinal Study: Differentials by Own Occupation and Household and Housing Characteristics. LS working paper 26. 1985. Download this document (PDF).

Murphy M. Housing and Demographic Change. End of Award Report, ref. D00250012. British Lending Library; 1985

Peach C, Byron M. Council house sales, residualization and Afro-Caribbean tenants. Journal of Social Policy 1994; 23 (3): 363-383. View abstract.

Reid A, Harding S. An examination of persisting disadvantage and mortality in the regions using the Longitudinal Study. Health Statistics Quarterly 2000; 06: View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Wall R. Residence Patterns of the elderly in England and France. LS working paper 69. Also in INSEE (Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques) February 1991, No 8, Paris. 1990.

Williams M, Dale A. Measuring Housing Deprivation Using the OPCS Longitudinal Study. LS working paper 72. 1992.