We can ease the social care crisis and release more family-sized homes on to the market.
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Chris Walker is an associate at WPI Strategy and a former government economist. He now works as a research and economic consultant on housing, planning and local economic growth.Follow @
In a balanced economy, the north would produce around £70 billion more. Here is one way to help close that gap.
They could provide as many as a million homes over ten years.
Policies like Right to Buy and Starter Homes are steps in the right direction – but we still need to start building hundreds of thousands of new homes.
Many want to do so – and see this as an integral part of their charitable mission.
Chris Walker: On housing, the ConHome manifesto offers the right diagnosis – but not all of the right answers
Why hammer the private rented sector so hard? The fundamental problem is supply. The fundamental solution should be to build, build and build.