Published jointly with the Council of Mortgage Lenders, the "UK Housing Review" provides the key information for busy managers and policy makers. This 14th edition brings together the most up to date housing statistics available for England (and its regions), Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It features over 200 charts and tables including data about: UK and international economic trends; public expenditure plans; housing stock and conditions; housing characteristics and incomes; house prices and market trends; rents and revenue spending; subsidies, tax relief and benefits; homelessness and lettings; and housing investments by councils and housing associations. In addition to commentary on current trends, in this edition, leading analysts offer their views on policy developments: John Perry addresses The end of council housing - a premature obituary? Hal Pawson writes on Social landlords get tough? Investigating recent eviction trends in England; Steve Wilcox considers More apparent than real? The decline of bricks and mortar subsidies; and Sarah Monk writes about Making planning pay?