Ten year grant funding cycles would increase housing output and reduce costs
Cast your mind back to September 2018. Brexit was dominating the headlines as it had been for much of the prior two years. A young and promising English football team had recently reached the semi-finals of the World Cup in Russia. And the BBC had a huge rating hit with the Bodyguard, with Richard Madden and Keeley Hawes in starring roles.
It was against this backdrop that the prime minister at the time, Theresa May, made one of her most significant announcements for the affordable housing sector.
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