The dominance of the capital threatens to choke the life from the rest of the United Kingdom. We must act before it is too late
A generation-long failure to build enough homes has made prices soar far in excess of inflation, benefiting homeowners at the expense of their children.
Property guardianship emerged in the Netherlands in the 1990s, seen as a way of dealing with the large numbers of squatters occupying empty Dutch buildings.
Mark Simmonds has resigned from his ministerial job at the Foreign Office, citing the “intolerable” nature of his parliamentary housing allowance – a mere £27,875 (on top of his £89,435 salary).
We must end the virtual monopoly that private developers have on building affordable homes.
One nation, indivisible.
After a decade advocating for homeless people at the helm of Crisis, Leslie Morphy has a message for government.
Everybody move to Paris.
The new “regeneration” in places like Elephant and Castle in south London destroys social housing, and then invites those who have been forced out to help “preserve” the history and culture of the area.