Housing policy has long been a legal means of enforcing racism and discrimination, argues Glyn Robbins
This briefing assesses local enforcement strategies related to rough sleepers, highlighting the choices being made between coercion and provision to meet needs
Police and local authority approaches to managing and assisting rough sleepers are shrouded in mystery, our latest briefing has found.
Rough sleeping: enforcement and austerity, published today, examines the use of powers contained in the 2014 Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act, by local authorities and police forces against rough sleepers.
Islington councillor Diarmaid Ward calls on the Ministry of Justice to release empty flats at HMP Pentonville to provide much needed homes
Glyn Robbins calls for prison land in London to remain in public ownership and redeveloped into genuinely affordable homes
Putting the local community at the heart of redevelopment plans for the former women's prison in north London.
Stephen Farrall highlights new research suggesting that successive right-to-buy policies from the early 1980s on has left social housing tenants far more vulnerable to property crime.
Helen Mills examines the role of a housing support charity in this process
Roger Grimshaw, the Centre's Research Director, reviews a recent report published by the Centre on the housing needs of women leaving London's Holloway Prison.