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Andrew Carter argues that the political, cultural and economic divides in Britain are rooted in uneven economic growth, and without reform to ensure more homes are built, the problem will only get worse
Housing is connected to how people voted in the referendum. Any politician who wants to address our Brexit divides will need to end the housing shortages in our growing cities
The next prime minister needs to have a government programme that improves the lives of people in cities
What's the relationship between urban economies and housing wealth in England and Wales?
The restrictive planning system has made urban homeowners in the Greater South East more than £80,000 richer over the past six years than those elsewhere in England and Wales
New research confirms some of our worries: to be more inclusive, strong city economies need to work on becoming more accessible.
British policymakers should look to Japan’s planning system for inspiration on how to solve the housing crisis
It is too soon to say whether Southern England’s recent weak house price growth is part of a broader long-term trend
The private rented sector needs reform, but history, and economics tell us that rent controls do not work
Almost everyone agrees that we need to build more homes, but housebuilding rates vary greatly across the country and this could be due to local political will