How this new vehicle can help to break down resistance to building new homes that are desperately needed.
Posts Tagged: Planning Policy
The Starter Homes programme will build up to 100,000 low-cost, high-quality homes over the next five years – all on brownfield sites.
Migration from London is an opportunity to rebalance the British economy
The distinctive characteristic of these new Pink Zones is that they will be designed to work from the bottom up – not the top down
The question isn’t whether one is for development, but rather what development is for
The structure of the housebuilding industry, and the finance system, are the real blocks to progress.
Green belt restrictions aren’t only reason why the most attractive sites for new housing haven’t been developed
The switch in Conservative rhetoric from the “Big Society” to the “global race” comes at an odd time.
The archeologists of the future will discover a strange city where the rich lived underground while those of more limited means squeezed themselves into tiny apartments
It looks like Sussex won’t be the new Saudi Arabia after all.
Housing doesn’t work like other markets, but homeownership isn’t the reason why
As three former Chancellors warn of a house price bubble, Tories must show they know how to spread ownership
The housing crisis offers a chance to reinvigorate the property-owning democracy.
Why are so many well-paid, property-owning married couples living in such a state of financial insecurity?
MPs tend to think no further ahead than the next election – which won’t do.
Communities become more conducive to social mobility when the poor live side by side with those in the middle of the income range