Whether it’s homes or jobs, our dreams are moving further out of reach every year. @MkBlyth @BrownUniversity @guardian. A whole generation can’t afford to get on the housing ladder. #affordablehousing https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/sep/22/homes-jobs-dreams-housing-market-wealthy
“The feeling of security brought about by having safe and consistent housing can solve many social issues” Everyone deserves a decent home. @Housing_event @AndyBurnhamGM @ManchesterYimby #affordablehousing
"Levelling up starts in homes." ⬆ @AndyBurnhamGM's recent speech @Housing_event proves just how integral it is to #jointhedots for a better built environment, and in turn, improve the welfare of our nation. Read our take here: https://www.buildingpeople.org.uk/Home/News/View/id/BDB25CEF-044D-43E5-BED7-73598F0AF357
Worth a listen. 6pm tonight. @Clubhouse Link: https://www.clubhouse.com/join/planning-law-unplan/DJcuD5pX/PAXwEV0Z
Did you know average earners in Camden or Wandsworth, putting aside 8% of their income, would need to save for 25 YEARS to afford an average property in the area? Ouch 😨
Find out how long you'd have to save for at http://housingcrisis.uk
A few months ago I moved to Slightly Outside Of London to a very Tory constituency (because house prices), and now my new hobby is responding to every single council planning consultation to support building dense housing, public transport and segregated cycle lanes.