Yesterday the Labour Housing Group published its long-awaited ‘One Nation Housing Policy’ paper – ’50 Policies for Labour’ – beginning the process of providing Labour with a coherent housing strategy for the next General Election.
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Ask anyone on a low to middle income renting in London if rents are too high, and you’re only going to get one answer.
This week the government launched a consultation into their proposal to require private landlords to check the immigration status of their tenants.
Private landlords are out bidding first-time buyers and pushing house prices out of the reach of many young people, according to a new report.
For the sake of appeasing a handful of Tory backbenchers and shoring up the UKIP vote, the government may have just heaped another burden on already hard-pressed tenants.
Private rents in London are outstripping inflation, new figures reveal.
A new study by the LSE highlights systemic inequality in the housing crisis.