Michael Jones

Research Associate at Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research

Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge

Michael Jones originally read Architecture at the University of Cambridge. After qualifying as an architect, he worked in London local government at senior and chief officer levels before returning to Cambridge in 1994 to join CCHPR. His main interests are in housing finance, allocation and distribution issues, and housing construction.

He has been a Board member of Hounslow Homes, Chair of the Board at Homes for Haringey, and is currently Chairman of Andium Homes, a stock transfer company owned by the States of Jersey.

Some of his current and recent projects include:

  • Evictions and forced moves (for Joseph Rowntree Foundation)
  • Multi-generational living (for NHBC)
  • Downsizing (for NHBC)
  • Private Sector Housing (for North Herts DC)
  • Tackling poverty experienced by young people (for ESRC/PPIW)
  • Support for Lloyds Bank Housing Commission
  • Intermediate Housing Market (for Cambridge City Council)
  • Highways and Sewer Bonds (for NHBC)
  • A Cross Tenure Housing Strategy for the States of Jersey
  • The Future of the Social Rented sector (for East 7)
  • The Housing Market in the Channel Islands (for One Savings Bank)