The project aims to gather data on the ways in which key members of the housing policy and practice communities across the UK perceive a sample of the issues at the centre of housing policy debate. These data will be analysed using the idea of issue “wickedness”. The project’s motivation is that through developing a better understanding of how housing problems are perceived we open up the possibility of developing more effective solutions.
Team: Professor Alex Marsh (Co-Investigator), Professor Ken Gibb (Co-Investigator), Dr Chris Foye (Knowledge Exchange / Research Associate) and Dr Gareth James (Knowledge Exchange / Research Associate).
Timeline: January 2019 – June 2020