Gove’s leasehold reform plans could cost taxpayers over £31bn, says RFA

Gove shutterstock_351707927 Pete Maclaine

Housing secretary Michael Gove’s plans to cap ground rents in England and Wales could cost taxpayers over £31bn in compensation, according to the Residential Freehold Association (RFA).

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