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  1. If you want to provide input to the House of Lords enquiry about the UK housing market, you can: written submissions are invited "The Committee is to investigate the economics of the UK housing market. Buying a house is becoming increasingly unaffordable for first time buyers. The cost of private rented accommodation is rising and there is a lack of affordable social housing. This Inquiry will consider the economic factors that influence the demand for and availability of reasonably priced housing to buy and to rent. This is a complex topic and the inquiry will particularly focus on the effectiveness of government economic measures designed to improve housing affordability." http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/lords-select/economic-affairs-committee/inquiries/parliament-2015/economics-of-the-uk-housing-market/
  2. This week will see the final reading of the Consumer Rights Bill some points of interest in this are sections governing that items for sale must be fit for particular purpose and 'Goods to be as described' on the property side there is a section on lettings agents who will for the first time have to display a list of charges.

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