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Oct

27

Thursday

Can Law Solve the Housing Crisis? The Past, Present and Future of Compulsory Purchase Orders

6.15pm

Seminars

Public

The issue of housing has never been more politicised in Britain than it is today. Policy-makers, journalists, academics and government officials openly speak about the ongoing 'Housing Crisis' - while the aspiration of home ownership for the 'millennial' generation seems increasingly out of reach.

The City Law School in collaboration with Planning Futures are delighted to present Can Law Solve the Housing Crisis, which event examines the role of the law in facilitating a more forward-thinking housing policy, with an expert panel exploring the potential for compulsory purchase orders within a progressive house-building policy.

Organisers: Dr Luke McDonagh (City Law School) & Cian Bryan (Planning Futures)

Chair: Ruth Cadbury (Labour MP for Brentford and Isleworth)

Speakers:

The seminar will be followed with a wine reception

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When & where

6.15pm - 8.00pmThursday 27th October 2016

ELG02 Drysdale Building City, University of London Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom

Contact Details

Kate Barnes

PhD Course Officer

City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

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