Cautious, constrained construction sector is crippling housebuilding

Mark Farmer

Be it mayor of London Boris Johnson’s call to double the current rate of housebuilding in London, the re-emergence of the debates on garden cities and new towns, or Labour’s political sabre rattling around potential “use it or lose it” policies, one thing is clear: the issue of housing supply ...

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