by burylibdems on 30 August, 2017
The latest figures show that Britain just isn’t building enough houses to tackle the housing crisis – and it’s time for the Government to get their hands dirty and fix the crisis.
Quarterly housebuilding statistics released today by the Department of Communities and Local Government show that just 40,310 were built in the last quarter
They should not be rejoicing when there are still only roughly half the number of homes needed each year actually being built.
There are still millions of people stuck on housing waiting lists or desperately trying to get on the housing ladder, who feel utterly ignored.
The housing crisis will simply not be solved at this rate of building, the Government must get its hands dirty and intervene in our broken housing market.
Britain is suffering at the hands of our broken housing market. There are not enough homes, properties sitting empty, exorbitant prices. The housing market is a closed and exclusive game for monopoly investors.
We would take real action to tackle this crisis – building more than 300,000 homes a year – and if developers won’t build enough, then we think Government should step in and do it for them.
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