Housing and Social Mobility APPG

First Registered: 20/05/2020 • Last updated on: 10/03/2021

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To champion social housing providers that support communities to secure sustainable livelihoods. To examine evidence led insights into the role that government, housing providers and stakeholders can play to best support social housing tenants and communities to access long-term, rewarding employment.

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Recent Documents related to Housing and Social Mobility

1. Monitoring social mobility 2013 to 2020
10/06/2020 - Social Mobility Commission (SMC)
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Found: Corporate report Monitoring social mobility 2013 to 2020 Report highlighting the

2. Social Mobility Commission unveils Annual Review 2020
03/02/2021 - Social Mobility Commission (SMC)
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Found: Social Mobility Commission unveils Annual Review 2020 The Social Mobility Commission

3. Internal migration and social mobility - moving out to move on
23/07/2020 - Social Mobility Commission (SMC)
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Found: analysis Internal migration and social mobility - moving out to move on Report looking

4. Government housing schemes have little impact on social mobility
03/07/2017 - Social Mobility Commission (SMC)
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Found: Government housing schemes have little impact on social mobility - GOV.UK

5. Social Mobility Commission strategy 2019
02/10/2019 - Social Mobility Commission (SMC)
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Found: fellow Commissioners and I come from the worlds of social action, youth -work, education and business

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Housing and Social Mobility

1. Inequality and Social Mobility
12/06/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: that following the resignation of the entire Social Mobility Commission in November 2017 in protest against - Speech Link
2: that following the resignation of the entire Social Mobility Commission in November 2017 in protest against - Speech Link
3: that“key elements of the post-war ‘Beveridge social contract’ are being overturned”and highlighted - Speech Link

2. Social Mobility
12/02/2020 - Westminster Hall

1: move,That this House has considered social mobility.It is a pleasure to serve under your - Speech Link
2: intervention. I, too, am a product of social mobility: education and social mobility have characterised my life - Speech Link

3. Covid-19: Social Mobility
21/07/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: research by the Social Mobility Commission and others pointed out the barriers to social mobility in Britain - Speech Link
2: to know the full impact of the pandemic on social mobility in this country. However, since 2010, the attainment - Speech Link
3: year-olds are educated in that sector. The Social Mobility Commission commended the discretionary bursary - Speech Link

4. Equality of Opportunity for Young People
16/05/2019 - Lords Chamber

1: is increasingly under threat. In the economy, housing, health and education, the millennials are not - Speech Link
2: not happen, around people’s ability to have social mobility and to move on? Is it the equality we associate - Speech Link
3: to 4.1 billion today. This means that with the social, economic and democratic progress also comes a - Speech Link

5. Social Mobility and the Economy
28/03/2018 - Westminster Hall

1: move,That this House has considered social mobility and the economy.Most of our debates - Speech Link
2: primary school, which is part of what the social mobility pledge asks companies to come forward and do - Speech Link
3: right hon. Friend makes a powerful case for social mobility. It is important to record that we still have - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Housing and Social Mobility
1. Social Mobility
asked by: Lord Watson of Invergowrie
28/01/2021
... published in November 2020; and what plans they have to address the Commission's finding that one in five people move into a lower occupational group than their parents.

2. Social Mobility
asked by: Andrew Griffith
04/12/2020
... what steps he is taking to promote social and economic mobility throughout the UK.

3. Social Mobility
asked by: Lord Taylor of Warwick
05/02/2020
... they plan to take in response.

4. Social Mobility
asked by: Lord Bassam of Brighton
13/02/2020
... to discuss the issues raised in that report.

5. Social Mobility
asked by: Afzal Khan
30/07/2020
... how her Department measures social mobility.

Latest Questions
5 Current APPG Officers
Richard Bacon Portrait
Richard Bacon
Vice Chair
Conservative - South Norfolk
Joined: 20th May 2020
3 APPG Memberships
Film and Broader Screen , Iran , Russia
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Peter Aldous MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 7182.

Email: peter.aldous.mp@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Lynsey Sweeney, Communities that Work. Tel: 07791 489 710

Email: lynsey.sweeney@communitiesthatwork.co.uk

Secretariat:

Communities that Work acts as the group's secretariat. http://communitiesthatwork.co.uk/

Group's Website:

https://www.communitiesthatwork.co.uk/appg/

Benefits in Kind
Date
25 Feb 2020
Source
Communities that Work
Description
Secretariat   From : 25/02/2020 To : 24/02/2021
Value
£3,001

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Housing and Social Mobility APPG