Do millennials regret buying their homes?
¿Hay vivienda vacacional sostenible?
Maria Font i Mas, Diari de Tarragona, 31/03/2019
Interview with Dr. Héctor Simón on the radio.
OPAS jurídicas e inseguridad jurídica.
Federico Adan, Diari De Tarragona, 10/02/2019
Interview with Dr. Sergio Nasarre in Radio Internacional about “The housing we want”.
On the occasion of the European day of mediation, the library of the URV at the Catalunya Campus offers some books, journals and films about the topic.
More information here: http://www.urv.cat/ca/vida-campus/serveis/crai/activitats/view.php?ID=133
Gentrification is a phenomenon expressing in replacement or expulsion of the poor class from the urban center. It is a consequence of speculative strategies in the real estate sector and growing demands of classes with higher purchasing power. The development of gentrification can be explained by lack of public policies to control housing prices and insufficient regulation in this area, originating from the measures to ensure diversity in the cities and make them affordable to a wide group of population in general.
RODRÍGUEZ, Maridalia, “Gentrificación en grandes ciudades” (Diari de Tarragona, 03/12/2018)
Kurt Xerri, a PhD graduate of the Housing Chair, has recently been involved in the drafting and publication of the White Paper on the Regulation of the Private Rented Sector in Malta. This project was conducted by the Parliamentary Secretariat for Social Accommodation of the Republic of Malta.
The White Paper entitled “Renting as a Housing Alternative” is the elaboration of the main conclusions of Dr. Xerri’s doctoral thesis, which was presented to the Universitat Rovira i Virgili in April of 2017. Following the Consultation process, the document will serve as the basis for the enactment of a legislative act regulating private leases in Malta.