Spending round: Some money for housing is better than none

Catherine Senda

The spending round has done little to focus attention on solutions to the housing issue

Successive governments have repeatedly stated that there is a housing crisis. Since 2010, there have been many attempts to understand why; through studies, commissions and papers and there has been a “bonfire of legislation” – swiftly followed by the introduction of its replacement. But what has been achieved and has the government really been taking the issue seriously in all that time?

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