UK Prime Minister Theresa May Calls Early General Election for June 8th 2017. Recent polls indicate the Conservative party are up to 21 points ahead of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party, with just over 7 weeks to June the 8th will this be an absolute Labour slaughter on June 9th?
Fixing Our Broken Housing Market White Paper Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government by Command of Her Majesty February 2017 Cm 9352 Fixing Our Broken Housing Market White Paper in PDF Format White Paper Contents Foreword from the Prime Minister Foreword from the Secretary of State Introduction Our […]
Fixing Our Broken Housing Market White Paper Foreword from the Prime Minister The Government is determined to build a stronger, fairer Britain where people who work hard are able to get on in life. That means breaking down barriers to progress by taking the big, difficult decisions that are right for Britain in the long […]
Fixing Our Broken Housing Market White Paper Foreword from the Secretary of State This country doesn’t have enough homes. That’s not a personal opinion or a political calculation. It’s a simple statement of fact. For decades, the pace of house building has been sluggish at best. As a result, the number of new homes has […]
Fixing Our Broken Housing Market White Paper Introduction Our Housing Market is Broken The housing market in this country is broken, and the cause is very simple: for too long, we haven’t built enough homes. Since the 1970s, there have been on average 160,000 new homes each year in England. The consensus is that we […]
Fixing Our Broken Housing Market White Paper Chapter 2: Building Homes Faster Summary Where communities have planned for new homes, we want to ensure those plans are implemented to the timescales expected. This chapter sets out proposals to: Provide greater certainty for authorities that have planned for new homes and reduce the scope for local […]
Fixing Our Broken Housing Market White Paper Chapter 3: Diversifying the Market Summary The way in which the house-building market operates constrains the supply of new homes, because there is insufficient competition and innovation. We want to diversify the market to achieve the amount, quality and choice of housing that people want. This includes supporting […]