Supporting Information

Links / References

[1] Building the Homes and Communities Britain Needs, 2012, Future Homes Commission
(an independent inquiry set up by the RIBA) and Rental Britain, 2012, Savills and Rightmove

[2] A better deal - towards more stable private renting, 2012, Shelter

[3] and [4] No Place to Call Home: The Social Impacts of Housing Undersupply on Young People., 2012, IPPR

[5] Case for Space, 2011, RIBA and The Way We Live Now, 2012 RIBA and Ipsos MORI

[6] There are historic examples within the UK, which are still successful today, and may provide clues for future developments. From almshouses catering for the elderly in the community, to 19th century model villages like Bourneville and Port Sunlight, mid 20th century experiments in balancing private and shared space like the Isokon Flats in Hampstead, and more recent examples such as the CASPAR (City Apartments for Single People at Affordable Rents) developments by Joseph Rowntree Foundation in the 1990s. Innovative suburban developments for sale, like Eric Lyons 1096s Span Estates, or Baylight's recent developments, may give clues about desirable elements in suburbs.

[7] Social Trends households and families chapter 2001 to 2010