Orbit is proud to co-sponsor the 2017 UK Housing Review (UKHR) launched today.
This year’s edition marks the 25th anniversary of the Review and the fourth consecutive year Orbit has sponsored the Chartered Institute of Housing’s flagship publication.
Alongside the comprehensive overview of key financial and related data which has become one of its hallmarks, the Review looks at a number of the key issues exercising the housing sector, including Brexit and the ongoing impact of welfare reform. In-depth commentary on a range of topics, including the state of public finances, stock condition, private housing, and government housing expenditure rounds up this year’s publication.
Christoph Sinn, external affairs and policy manager at Orbit, said:
“In a fast-paced policy environment, the UKHR provides much critical analysis and commentary on the key issues of the day. Its comprehensive data compendium makes it my first port of call for housing and allied statistics, saving me hours and hours of research. It has become a truly indispensable publication.”
For more information, including free downloadable content of past editions visit the Review’s dedicated webpages at http://www.ukhousingreview.org.uk/