‘Time is running out’ on starter homes target, says BPF

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British Property Federation chief executive Melanie Leech has expressed “significant doubt” over the government’s ability to deliver 200,000 starter homes by 2020 – a key policy in the Housing and Planning Bill which has just received royal assent.

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