“Javid’s plans for housing fall woefully short” says Telegraph

“The biggest barrier to social mobility and social progress is our broken housing market,” said Sajid Javid, while launching his long-awaited housing White Paper last week. “Fixing it means taking on tough vested interests.” The Communities Secretary is right on both counts. But if this White Paper is a genuine guide to future government action, it isn’t up to the job

Over the last 20 years, amid soaring demand, we’ve built around two and a half million too few homes across the UK. This yawning supply-demand gap has made ownership ever more unaffordable. The average house today costs almost eight times average earnings – an all-time record, the ratio having doubled since 1997. …”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/02/11/sajid-javids-plans-housing-fall-woefully-short/

If the Telegraph doesn’t like it, it myst be rubbish!

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