In this episode, Michael Taylor and William Clouston discuss how the SDP would tackle the UK’s housing crisis.
The shortage of affordable homes is the largest domestic problem facing the UK. It entrenches immobility between generations and between regions, stifles everyone’s potential and cuts the productivity of the entire country.
The SDP have a suite of policies to tackle the shortage by reinvigorating state housebuilding and removing market distortions which prevent housing supply meeting demand.
But with a rapidly changing population, how should house-building targets be calculated?
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