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New trends in social housing allocation – case study (City of Poznań, Poland)

Poznań city the applicants need to meet criteria based on income, certified residence within the city limits and minimum number of points – as defined by the President of Poznań – required for registration on the waiting list. The income of the household that gives it the right to rent a municipal flat for an indefinite period of time cannot exceed: – in a single-person household: 225% of the minimum monthly pension (according to data from December 2016: ca.1 981 PLN) as of January 1st of the year in which the waiting list is being drawn or as of January

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The welfare consequences of the suburbanisation of poverty in UK cities: air pollution and school quality

Pensions (DWP) (2018) Households below average incomes: an analysis of the UK income distribution 1994/5-2016/17 DWP, London. Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) 2018 Households below average incomes: an analysis of the UK income distribution 1994/5-2016/17 DWP London Forrest, R. & Kearns, A. (1999) Joined-up places: social cohesion and neighbourhood regeneration York Publishing Services, York. Forrest R. Kearns A. 1999 Joined-up places: social cohesion and neighbourhood regeneration York Publishing Services York Goos, M. & Manning, A

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