This report uses new data to examine which neighbourhoods within cities are building the most and the least new homes and explores what this means for policy making.
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The near-total ban on housebuilding in the Green Belt forces homes to be built in less suitable locations such as flood plains.
Space standards force people to consume more space than they can afford and reduce the supply of new homes.
City TalksCity Talks: Urban warfare with Raquel Rolnik
Sao Paulo University’s Professor Raquel Rolnik joins Andrew Carter to discuss her book, Urban Warfare: Housing Under the Empire of Finance. Using examples from across the globe, she...
Amidst all the news, Labour conference took place this week. While new policies around electric cars and prescription medicines grabbed the headlines, some of the most significant ideas floating...
Brexit may be the Government’s immediate priority, but the housing crisis is not going away. We need to solve the housing shortage to address the political and economic divides across the...
It is common to identify the 'financialisation' of housing as the cause of the crisis, but the shortage of housing stock is a more likely problem
New research confirms some of our worries: to be more inclusive, strong city economies need to work on becoming more accessible.
Japanese CitiesCan Tokyo show us how to solve Britain’s housing shortage?
British policymakers should look to Japan’s planning system for inspiration on how to solve the housing crisis