Social Rented Housing in Western Europe: Developments and Expectations
Harry van der Heijden
[Paper received in nal form, May 2001]
Summary. What lies ahead for the social rented sector in western Europe? Do countries differ merely in degree, or do differences between countries offer grounds on which to sketch divergent scenarios for the future? This paper treats these questions in light of the work of Harloe and Kemeny. Based on the development of the policy context and the size and the character of the social rented sector in six west European countries, three plausible scenarios wil be presented. The rst (residual dual market) scenario is comparable to Harloe’s residual model and Kemeny’s dual market model. The second (residual unitary market) scenario starts with Kemeny’s unitary market model but develops in the direction of the rst (residual dual market) scenario. The third (unitary rental market) scenario combines social responsibilities with a market approach to housing provision.
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