Rural Housing In Haliburton: A community-based qualitative case study

Title

Rural Housing In Haliburton: A community-based qualitative case study

Author

Fahrun, Daniel

Host Organization

Places for People Haliburton
Host contact: Martin, Fay

Supervising Faculty

Skinner, Mark
Department: Geography

Reference Number

TP-636

Date

2011

Location of Document

U-Links Office and online

Area

Haliburton County

Subject

Rural housing framework for Haliburton

Description

The goal of the research, which is to develop an understanding of the challenges affecting provision and access to housing in rural areas, is accomplished through the fulfillment of the following four objectives and their associated tasks (Table 1):

1. Conceptualize and contextualize the issue of rural housing

- Assess the state of academic knowledge pertaining to rural housing

2. Describe existing rural housing programs and policies in Ontario

- Understand the programs and policies that affect and target rural housing

3. Identify community challenges and issues relating to rural housing in Haliburton County

- Develop an understanding of the unique challenges affecting housing in Haliburton County and the solutions that have been developed to address such challenges

4. Assess local capacity (solutions) for addressing rural housing issues in Haliburton County

- Provide an assessment of the local capacity to deal with housing issues given the existing policies and approaches to housing issues

Publisher

Trent University

Files

Reference

Fahrun, Daniel, Rural Housing In Haliburton: A community-based qualitative case study, Trent University, 2011