Saturday February 22, 2020

Tell you what I want (and why we won’t get it)

We have strongly held views about housing - but we won’t pull the trigger. So nothing gets done

5th May, 2019

We want social housing (but please don’t build it next to me). Seriously, without more social housing we are on a road to nowhere (but don’t do like they do in other countries where this is achieved through a national levy, because although it works we don’t like paying more tax).

We need more homes (and despite knowing this we will object to any development of size or scale...

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