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Glasgow-led team launches research centre on housing

A collaboration of nine UK universities and four non-academic partners has won funding to create a centre to inform housing policy.

The £7.5-million UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence will seek to improve knowledge of the housing market, and to provide evidence to inform housing policy and practice.

The five-year venture is the result of a successful bid submitted to a call launched in May 2016 by the Economic and Social Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, a charity. The winner was announced on 6 April. 

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