Aims and scope

The Journal of Housing and the Built Environment presents the refereed results of original scientific research, new developments in policy and practice on housing, and the interaction of housing and the use, behavior, design, and development of the built environment.  

The aim is to give international exposure to recent developments, providing a forum for the exchange and discussion of new ideas, relevant to an international readership. The journal benefits a diverse readership of scientists, specialists, practitioners, and policy-makers in government and in organizations dealing with housing and issues on the built environment.