To deliver the housing we need, we must improve local authorities’ understanding of PPP

Andrew Savege

Local authority appetite for property partnerships is increasing, but there is a still a gap to close in their understanding of the model

A recent report from the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee points to the government’s failure to dispose of sufficient public land for new homes as a key factor in exacerbating our national housing shortage. The report calls for more public land to be released in a bid to ease the housing crisis.

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