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Inside Housing Digital Edition - 20 May 2016

Starter Homes eat up affordable supply, DWP to change Universal Credit rules and despite being given £2.9bn of borrowing headroom by government in 2012, Inside Housing investigates why councils have not been using this opportunity to build many more homes.

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