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"Spending on affordable housing in England to be slashed in 2024"

This was the headline on a story in the Financial Times on 4th January. Housing associations have cut their planned spending on affordable homes by 9% "The number of homes English housing associations expect to build over the next five years has also dropped by 64,000 since 2022," The FT reports that in England, there […]

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Six times more newly homeless families than new social houses, England data shows

Newly homeless families now outnumber newly built social homes by six to one, according to official figures for England released on Thursday that expose the widening gap between increasing need and the availability of cheap homes. Only 8,386 new social homes were built in England in 2022-23, while in the same period 52,800 households were accepted by councils as […]

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Social housing saved my grandparents in 1956, but Right to Buy has betrayed today’s young families

Council homes gave young postwar families hope and stability. ‘Right to Buy’ undid all that and a new version could make things worse, reports Vicky Spratt in the Independent "In the decades after the Second World War, publicly funded housing made up about half of all homes built. This is what my grandparents benefited from […]

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