- May 19, 2005
- Posted by: R
- Category: Reports
Campbell Tickell was commissioned by the Housing Corporation and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister to see how Black and Minority Ethnic Housing Associations (BME HAs) could grow through stock transfers.
The project was born of concern that Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) housing associations (HAs) were not benefiting from local authority (LA) stock transfers to housing associations, and were thus unable to make their often unique contribution to community cohesion and to meeting the needs of BME communities.
This report was first published in 2005.
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