Friday February 21, 2020

We have housing, just not in the right place

Unlocking state land in cities will go a long way in helping to solve the housing crisis

15th January, 2017

The prevailing mantra is that all of our housing ills will be resolved by supply. That you can have a massive level of dereliction and vacant property at the same time as a housing crisis shows that of itself, this isn’t true.

The problem of ‘not enough housing’ could be solved by offering all of the empty houses to people who need them, but that isn’t the solution, just the same as ‘not...

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