The Chancellor has trailed some good ideas ahead of the Budget – but not the substantial reforms needed to address housing shortages
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Encouraging productive investment should be a priority in next month’s budget
The new policies set out by the Conservatives are unlikely to help cities address the challenges they face, or to win over urban voters
To tackle the housing crisis, we need to dramatically increase house-building – which rent control could hamper
Find out how cities are encouraging more housebuilding in their area using this case study library
The Mayor’s new housing strategy offers ambitious and smart ideas, but rules out the reform which would have the greatest impact – building on the green belt
How has London’s mayor fared in his first 12 months in office?
While it will help the housing market work more effectively, the white paper does not go far enough to recognise the housing needs of different places
Our policy briefing has kick-started debate on the main issues facing the city-region ahead of the mayoral election in May
This report offers practical examples of places which have sought ways to resolve the housing shortage in those areas where homes are in the highest demand.