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The State of Housing in the EU 2017

Save the date for the launch of the report

Brussels, 17 October 2017 | Published in Research, Future of the EU & Housing

What is the State of Housing in the European Union? Is the housing crisis over? Which countries have the most pressing needs? What are the latest policy initiatives that are trying to change the landscape? How do cities collaborate with housing associations? Is there a role for the European Institutions even if housing is a national competence?

The Housing Europe Observatory presents the 2017 edition of its flagship report ‘The State of Housing in the EU’. Save the date for the launch: October 17th. Tune in with us on our website and on our social media channels #housingEU to get access to…

  • detailed statistics per EU Member State
  • the latest housing trends in a cross-country observation
  • a compilation of the most significant policy updates since 2015
  • analysis of the interaction of housing policies and EU policies
  • the effect that challenges at local level have on housing

The Observatory of Housing Europe, as an established point of reference when it comes to facts and figures around housing in the continent will provide with the evidence on which policies of the future shall be based.

The report will be presented at an event in the European Parliament. More details will be announced soon…

On October 17th the EU starts… at home. 

Impact of the 2015 report

  • More than 18.000 reads online

  • Presented in more than 30 conferences & workshops

  • Quoted in 10 publications of key institutions, including the OECD, Eurostat & the UNECE

  • Picked up by major European Media such as Le Monde, Politico, Kathimerini etc.