This reform will mean that families renting privately can sleep easier at night, knowing that the housing market they rely on has become fairer as a result.
Posts Tagged: Housing
Julian Brazier: Yes, the Conservatives must engage with young people – but challenge their worldview, not concede it
James Kanagasooriam’s recent analysis is powerful, but the suggested solutions are less sure. Simply offering what younger voters want won’t work.
Local issues matter. We are delivering good schools, housing and local services while achieving value for money.
His sacking is more evidence, were it needed, of the tensions that tear at the Tory coalition – and threaten to render it unsustainable.
He suggests that Western observers very often misread the situation in developing countries in a manner which deprives the latter of agency and opportunity.
Fittingly, the Black Country, synonymous with the heavy industry of the Industrial Revolution, aims to take the lead in building this new science of reclamation.
We are working hard to retain our seats – at a time when outside events are not helping us.
Louise Calland: To win in London, the Conservatives need a positive message for the thirty-somethings
Building new houses on brownfield sites, incentivising working from home, and supporting the expansion of cycle hire schemes should be on our agenda.
I’m travelling around the country asking the public what their priorities really are. This review should be the People’s review.
A more collaborative approach with the districts over planning approval could avoid unnecessary complexity and delay.
This small measure may well go some way to restoring the faith of voters in democratic measures – not least in Oxford.
Families should not suffer from the upheaval and anxiety of being evicted at two months’ notice, without legitimate grounds.
Rent control is not the answer. But we must ensure that deposits owed are promptly repaid and that rogue landlords are exposed.
A stricter separation between church and state at local level would safeguard against political patronage.
Despite clear demand for more retirement homes, only 162,000 properties have ever been built for ownership, thanks to red tape and other funding issues.