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Extending Right to Buy is wrong

Extending Right to Buy is wrong

23 March 2015

By David Orr, chief executive of the National Housing Federation
Last week I was talking to some friends of ours. They are a young professional couple who are getting married in the summer. They have been living separately in shared houses in the private rented sector and they are trying to find somewhere to begin their married life.  Not easy in London.

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More than half the population now supports more new homes

More than half the population now supports more new homes

12 March 2015

Shane Brownie is Head of Research and Analysis at the National Housing Federation
British Social Attitudes survey reveals substantial and sustained shift in public support for ‘more homes being built in your local area’

Why hasn’t government fixed the housing market?

Why hasn’t government fixed the housing market?

11 March 2015

Kate Barker is a British economist, noted for her roles at the Bank of England and for advising the government on social issues
The ‘insider/outsider’ problem remains: for the majority of those living in an area, more housing is often seen as bad news

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