We are doing our bit to help tackle the biggest issues in housing by working with some of the best universities and think tanks in the country.  

Right now, we're working with the London School of Economics on what social housing will look like in the future and with the University of the West of England on Modern Methods of Construction.

Our research gives us expert insight to continue providing homes for people in need.

First research of its kind into modern methods of construction

Flagship worked in partnership with the University of the West of England (UWE) to commission research into how modern methods of construction could help solve the current UK housing crisis and revealed industry perceptions need to change for MMC to be viewed as a strategic, innovative process rather than a technical solution.

 

The summary report can be downloaded here

The full report can be downloaded here

The future social housing provider

Flagship worked in partnership with the London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) to commission research into what the social housing provider of the future might look like. 
The research reveals that in ten years' time, social landlords will almost certainly face a more difficult environment, and the housing sector will become more diverse.

The summary report can be downloaded here

The full report can be downloaded here

The future of social housing

How Affordable is Affordable Housing?

Flagship worked in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University’s Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR) to commission research into the financial position of Flagship’s tenants and the affordability of its housing products.
The study provides a fascinating and valuable insight into customer's rent affordability and makes recommendations to help support tenants.

The summary report can be downloaded here

The full report can be downloaded here

Build East: The Future of Housing in the East of England

BuildEast have been working with Savills to produce a new research report, ‘The Future of Housing in the East of England’. This report provides timely intelligence which will assist member organisations and the wider sector in their delivery ambitions for the future. It addresses pressures on the housing market in the East of England and provides analysis of the types of housing needed to meet current and future demand. It covers issues including affordability, land supply and demographic trends from a regional perspective.

The summary report can be downloaded here

The full report can be downloaded here