Tenants give council landlords a thumbs-up

Merrick, Neil
December 2000
Public Finance;12/01/2000, p12
Trade Publication
Reports that council housing has received a vote of confidence from tenants, according to a survey of British Social Attitudes for the year 2000. Council tenants' preference to rent from the local authority rather than any other landlord; People's preference to buy rather than rent a home.


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