In our last article (SJ 161/13), we led with the news that the Department for Communities and Local Government had recently published its housing white paper, ‘Fixing our broken housing market’. Housing was an important theme during the election campaign, and the Conservative manifesto promises to ‘fix the dysfunctional housing market’, and to ensure that:
The reforms contained in the housing white paper are implemented;
A million homes are delivered by the end of 2020 and half a million more by 2022;
160,000 homes are built on government land a...
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