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Esther McVey, the fifth housing minister since 2017, left her post last week after being sacked in the reshuffle.
How do housing policy in the UK and in the Austrian capital measure up?
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The head of corporate affairs at Barratt Developments looks at how the country’s biggest housebuilder is achieving in quality rather than just quantity
Planning and pricing must go hand in hand, writes the Member of Parliament for Dulwich and West Norwood
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What is the potential of green belt reform and what it would mean for housing policy in the UK?
Shadow minister for housing, Alex Cunningham, discusses the viability of Labour's Housing for the Many Green Paper
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The CEO of Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, asks how trust can be restored in developers and the planning system
Shared housing schemes are growing in popularity, but do they hold the answers to issues of affordability, supply and space?
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The Chief Executive of Greenlite Energy Assessors explains how the conventional response to the housing crisis is creating inefficient, energy-intensive housing stock
Ipsos MORI’s poll of over 2,000 UK adults found that rising housing costs were more of a worry than exiting the EU
The devolved metropolitan authority is one of three pilot areas where the Housing First initiative will be introduced.