Rebuilding the property market from the ground up
Recovering from Covid-19 will require making it easier to build and easier to buy. Here’s what we’ll need to do
The shape and size of the impact of Covid-19 on the property market remains to be determined by events over the next few weeks and months. What is clear, however, is that the demand and supply curve in the residential lettings market has been upended, particularly in high-demand urban areas, mainly due to the collapse of the tourist and Airbnb market.
The crisis coincided with the push by local authorities to staff up to implement...
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