Friday, Jun 23, 2006

Shelter affordable housing campaign

Firstrung: Shelter affordable housing campaign given thumbs up by select committee

The select committee has backed Shelter's campaign for an extra 20,000 social rented homes a year.

Posted by Converted Lurker @ 09:40 AM (558 views)
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1. Sloth said...

These are a disaster. They allways get people who ruin areas and because they don't own the property don't give a shit about them.

With more people living in flats, just one "socially funded" i.e. parasite on their neighbours, is like a bad apple in a barrel.

Friday, June 23, 2006 12:07PM Report Comment
 

2. Fair_deal said...

Not sure who will exactl benefit from that. I think we need to use a more practical criteria. Soemthing like -
If people do not find affordable housing within 5 miles radius of where they leave then they are entitled to a cheaper housing. I am sure there are plenty of people who do not come under the mimimum income limit but they still can't afford the rridiculous property prices.

Friday, June 23, 2006 01:35PM Report Comment
 

3. tyrellcorporation said...

My god this really is a return to the economic disaster that was the 1970's. Talk about turning the clock back...

Why stop there, why not re-nationalise everything - it worked so well when everyone was equal, ie. in the sh*t together!!!

Friday, June 23, 2006 02:29PM Report Comment
 

4. sirgoogle said...

If they do go ahead with this then they had better not be allowed to sell them off - like the late 80s sell-off of the council house stock. If that had not occurred then we would not be so much in the mess we are now. These are public assets paid by all of us and shoul not be sold off to the lucky few who happen to be living in them at the time.

Sunday, June 25, 2006 08:30PM Report Comment
 

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