Welcome to the sixth in our annual series of mid-year Briefings, to complement the main UK Housing Review published at the start of each year.
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Welcome to the sixth in our annual series of mid-year Briefings, to complement the main UK Housing Review published at the start of each year. This Briefing goes to press after the new Conservative government’s Queen’s Speech but before its July Emergency Budget. This means it is able to consider the context for the new parliament but, so far, with only an outline of the planned policy changes affecting housing, which are due to feature very prominently in the legislative programme. Drawing on the latest statistics, the Briefing therefore assesses the implications of new policy and market developments in twelve key topic areas, beginning with an overall synopsis of the challenges now faced. Inside the front cover is an updated version of the roll-call of English housing ministers from the last full edition of the Review, the main text includes dedicated pages on Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and the Briefing concludes – unusually – with an appreciation of the doyenne of UK housing statistics – the late Dr Alan Holmans. Housing demand and supply New housing supply continues to fall behind new household growth in England, despite
PDF: UK Housing Review – 2015 Briefing Paper
Source: Chartered Institute of Housing