Affordable childcare and housing: a case study of tenants of a black housing association

Hilary Third

Housing association rents have risen rapidly since the late 1980s, resulting in fears that they are now beyond the means of those on low wages without benefit support.

Childcare, even following the Government's 'childcare disregard' initiative, remains a major expense for prospective workers. Research by Hilary Third examines how mothers perceive and respond to these two work disincentives.

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