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Boost retirement housing to stop pensioners fleeing cities for coast and countryside, think-tank says
Older people should be helped to spend their later years in new urban retirement housing in town and city centres rather than heading for the coast or the countryside, a new think-tank report says today.
|Published:||05 December 2021|
Return to spender: the Chancellor’s costly stamp duty gamble
Rishi Sunak's stamp duty holiday is risky and expensive. Here are three housing measures he could have announced instead.
|Published:||10 July 2020|
|Author(s):||Scott Corfe, Amy Norman|
The problem with Universal Credit and the Private Rented Sector
|Published:||10 April 2015|
Incorporating health and wellbeing into housing developments
Despite the health, social, and environmental benefits of high-quality housing developments, delivering healthy and sustainable homes and neighbourhoods remains a challenging task. In this blog, Dr Caglar Koksal outlines how housing developers and local authorities can work together to create healthy, high-quality homes while also addressing long-standing health and housing inequalities.
|Published:||01 March 2022|
|Author:||Social Market Foundation|
‘People power’ over planning could help fix housing crisis – think-tank
Giving local residents a greater say over proposed construction in their area could help fix the UK’s housing crisis, according to a new report published by the Social Market Foundation think tank.
|Published:||24 October 2021|
Your home: The fastest way to make a million (if you’re a Londoner)
|Published:||08 May 2014|
Is the housing debate too narrow?
|Published:||15 September 2013|
Co-Living: A Solution to the Housing Crisis?
|Published:||26 February 2019|
The Missing Rung: London’s housing squeeze
|Published:||10 May 2016|
|Author(s):||Katie Evans, Ben Richards|