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Housing benefit & age discrimination: young women living In shared accommodation in the private rental sector

Housing benefit & age discrimination: young women living In shared accommodation in the private rental sector
Housing benefit & age discrimination: young women living In shared accommodation in the private rental sector
This report looks at the impact of cuts to the housing welfare (called Local Housing Allowance) that is available in England and Wales to young people aged 18-34, and living in the private rental sector and is based on findings from the research project ‘Hitting Home: Single People, Housing Benefit Reform and Equalities Law’.
Young Women's Trust
Wilkinson, Eleanor
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Ortega Alcazar, Iliana
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Wilkinson, Eleanor
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Ortega Alcazar, Iliana
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Wilkinson, Eleanor and Ortega Alcazar, Iliana (2019) Housing benefit & age discrimination: young women living In shared accommodation in the private rental sector Young Women's Trust 28pp.

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Abstract

This report looks at the impact of cuts to the housing welfare (called Local Housing Allowance) that is available in England and Wales to young people aged 18-34, and living in the private rental sector and is based on findings from the research project ‘Hitting Home: Single People, Housing Benefit Reform and Equalities Law’.

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Published date: 2019

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Local EPrints ID: 432183
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/432183
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Date deposited: 03 Jul 2019 16:30
Last modified: 11 Aug 2020 16:32

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