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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