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The number of social homes fell by almost 35,000 in 2012-13, new analysis has claimed. The Chartered Institute of Housing research for the Financial Times found that a major factor in the reduction was conversions of social housing to affordable rents.
Shelter press release Despite working, 48% of 20-to-34 year olds who live with their parents say this is because they can’t afford to rent or buy their own home, ...
Labour press release Emma Reynolds MP, Labour's Shadow Housing Minister, responding to Shelter's report on housing costs, said: "This research shows that the nex...
The International Monetary Fund has called on the Government to take action to boost the supply of housing to avoid a boom that could potentially damage the economic...
Shelter Press Office Sky high rents leaving scores of people caught in the ‘rent trap’ The ‘rent trap’ is taking hold of people across England, as new government...
Labour press release Emma Reynolds MP, Labour's Shadow Housing Minister, responding to the NAES Housing Market Report for June 2014, said: "Young people and fam...
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