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Is there a housing crisis in Europe?

Is there a housing crisis in Europe?

17 October 2017

Gerald Koessl is a Research Officer at National Housing Federation
What does the housing crisis in Europe look like and how does it compare to the UK? Contributing to a new report by Housing Europe, we take a look at public spending on housing allowances and building new homes in Europe and the UK.

Tagged with: Finance, New Homes, Research, Federation blog

Sharing ownership

Sharing ownership

14 March 2017

Dave Smith is External Affairs Manager for London
Shared ownership has a crucial part to play in addressing housing need, but how can we ensure that it is fit for the future?

Tagged with: New Homes, Federation blog

Will the Government rise to our challenge to build an offer for everyone?

Will the Government rise to our challenge to build an offer for everyone?

22 September 2016

By David Orr, Chief Executive of the National Housing Federation
We have a housing crisis. Almost no-one now disagrees with that statement and certainly not the Government. They, like me, think we need to build at least 200,000 homes a year if we are to have any chance of ending that crisis. The Government has a stated ambition of one million new homes during this Parliament.

Tagged with: New Homes, Regeneration, David Orr's blog

How do you create a neighbourhood from scratch?

How do you create a neighbourhood from scratch?

9 May 2016

Rachel Fisher is a Head of Policy at the National Housing Federation
In the context of the renewed interest in delivering garden cities and new settlements, the lessons from Alconbury Weald in Cambridgshire are valuable for anyone seeking to take on a strategic site.

Tagged with: New Homes, Federation blog

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