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No Housing Overcrowding In The Uk

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There is no housing overcrowding in the UK. Everyone has enough bedrooms and in fact many people have spare ones.

I am surprised at the lack of stories about people who don't have enough bedrooms for their kids - its very one sided.

Is anyone on here living in overcrowded accommodation?

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There is no housing overcrowding in the UK. Everyone has enough bedrooms and in fact many people have spare ones.

I am surprised at the lack of stories about people who don't have enough bedrooms for their kids - its very one sided.

Is anyone on here living in overcrowded accommodation?

Shhhhhhh....! Don`t blow the last myth left after "not making any more land" and "prices always go up".

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There is no housing overcrowding in the UK. Everyone has enough bedrooms and in fact many people have spare ones.

I am surprised at the lack of stories about people who don't have enough bedrooms for their kids - its very one sided.

Is anyone on here living in overcrowded accommodation?

Sorry SB but that is not true. See our average below, and keep in mind that the situation is much worse in the South/SE and worse still for the younger generation.

http://shrinkthatfootprint.com/how-big-is-a-house

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Sorry SB but that is not true. See our average below, and keep in mind that the situation is much worse in the South/SE and worse still for the younger generation.

http://shrinkthatfootprint.com/how-big-is-a-house

Percapita.gif

I'm thinking of 'bedroom tax' articles in the press.

There's been no articles from the point of view of families living in houses with not enough bedrooms.

Clearly we have enough bedrooms each, else the press would be flaunting the stories?

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I'm thinking of 'bedroom tax' articles in the press.

There's been no articles from the point of view of families living in houses with not enough bedrooms.

Clearly we have enough bedrooms each, else the press would be flaunting the stories?

Oh, I see, sorry, I misread you.

We agree then. :)

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