Why we need a national housing recovery plan


Re-building the economy will be similar to post-war challenge

Home has never been more important. Most people are spending the majority of time there, and their ability to cope with isolation will depend on a number of factors including whether it is comfortable and warm and they have access to outside space.

For the heroes that continue to go out to work to deliver critical services home should be a sanctuary on their return. The demand for a good home at a price people can afford will gain a new urgency as a result of Covid-19. A key question will be how that demand can be met in dramatically changed circumstances after the country finds a way to defeat the virus.

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