Summon the courage to free our cities

Nicholas Falk

Changing the shape of Britain is difficult when you have dug yourself into a hole, and there is no clear direction to take. After misguided property investment by American and British banks almost brought the world’s financial system down, it would be silly to rely on freeing up the market or even a revival of…


Reforming the housing market: a landlord’s view

Anthony Sperryn

I have been a landlord. From this experience, I have learnt that the property rental market is very sensitive to changes in supply and demand. Sadiq Khan’s Tooting may be an area of housing stress, as he set out on Fabian Review Online. It has a mixed population of all sorts, it has good access…


A new council house building programme

David Winnick MP

In the past there were those on the left who argued that there was little necessity for a substantial increase in public sector housing. By now they have probably by now changed their views on this issue. The banking crisis, austerity measures, and general economic uncertainty have clearly reversed the trend which led to such…

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