The government introduced the National Planning Policy Framework in 2012. One of its key objectives was to address the housing crisis by significantly boosting the supply of new homes. Every year since then, property consultancy Savills has produced a report looking at how councils are performing. Their latest review doesn’t paint a pretty picture. Here […]
The Liberal Democrats have published their manifesto for the upcoming General Election. This post explains what it says about housing and development, and the 4 key pledges that are intended to tackle the housing crisis.
As the General Election approaches, the Labour Party have published their manifesto setting out what they would do if they are in power by the end of June. This post considers the five over-arching themes for the housing market and development industry that the manifesto sets out.
18 May saw the launch of the Conservative Party’s manifesto for the upcoming General Election. The housing crisis and housing supply feature prominently in its 88 pages. This post identifies the five central themes of Conservative policy for the housing market and development industry, and what that might mean for you.