Monday, May 22, 2006

Shelter comment on government failure to tackle housing shortage

Firstrung: Shelter - 20,000 more social rented homes needed each year

"That's why Ruth Kelly's personal commitment to tackle the housing shortage is welcome - the upcoming Comprehensive Spending review is the clear opportunity not only to put that commitment into practice but also to lance a painful boil in the process."

Posted by Converted Lurker @ 10:26 AM (627 views)
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1. Retiredbanker said...

The Government should require all local authorities to build basic but sound properties to rent to low-paid but
essential workers, and other such people that cannot afford to buy their own home.

These properties could be called COUNCIL HOUSES.

Monday, May 22, 2006 08:12PM Report Comment
 

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