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£6.3M For 75 Small Homes?

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Reminds me of the houses

With bricked up windows because of the window tax.

The houses that are smaller at the bottom because of the tax calculated on the ground floor area.

Now we have the tiny wendy houses because of the bedroom tax.

Perhaps next we could have 6/7 story houses with 1 room on each level? :lol::lol:

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Are you having a giraffe matey? Under £100k per house?

Try £500k+ each:

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2010/dec/26/cut-regeneration-tony-blair-housing

...your amateur Northern ALMOs need a few lessons in troughing.

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I though there were already plenty of <£100k homes in Liverpool. Sounds like a make work + make property developers money scam to me.

There are thousands of three bed houses under 100k for sale and about 700 2 bed on Rightmove. These are 1 and two bed properties to give an option for people renting a three bed home to downgrade and avoid the 'bedroom tax' Not sure how a 70 home development is going to make even a small dent in the problem though.

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Couldn't they just turn those boarded up '2 up 2 downs' into houses with one large upstairs bedroom? Would also leave plenty of room for an upstairs bathroom too.

This would still keep builders in work.

Edited by MattW

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