Increasing the social housing stock: what are the implications for key services supporting social housing tenants
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Rowley, Steven and Ong, Rachel and Mahendran, Anusha. 2011. Increasing the social housing stock: what are the implications for key services supporting social housing tenants, in Dixon, J. and Dupuis, A. and Lysnar, P. (ed), 5th Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Nov 17-19 2010, pp. 1-14. New Zealand: The University of Auckland.
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