Former Shelter policy chief appointed Prime Minister's new housing adviser

Toby Lloyd Shelter

The government has appointed Toby Lloyd, former head of policy at homelessness charity Shelter, as Prime Minister Theresa May’s new housing policy adviser.

Lloyd is an outspoken campaigner on housing issues who previously co-authored the book Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing and has advocated that tenants of privately rented properties should be given access to ‘Right To Buy’.

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