Housing associations use of minority ethnic building contractors and services

Malcolm Harrison, Jacqui Davies

Only a small share of economic benefits arising from housing association urban investment is finding its way to minority ethnic communities in the form of building work commissioned from black-run firms...

Only a small share of economic benefits arising from housing association urban investment is finding its way to minority ethnic communities in the form of building work commissioned from black-run firms, reveals a study by Malcolm Harrison and Jacqui Davies of the University of Leeds. The study – which is part of a wider research programme on housing and the construction industry – investigated the relationship between housing associations and minority ethnic contractors.

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