The East of England will have a shortfall of 84,000 homes in the next 10 years, Savills has said – a gap that the consultancy warned will grow if house builders respond to Brexit by slowing down construction.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced further devolution deals across the United Kingdom, including East Anglia, the West of England and Cardiff.
Cambridge City Council has refused to join a devolution plan for the region after the government rejected its affordable housing asks.
A Lincolnshire-based housing association is to leave the National Housing Federation (NHF) due to its frustration over the voluntary Right to Buy agreement.
A site directly commissioned by government will have 50% Starter Homes and no alternative affordable housing, the Homes and Communities Agency has confirmed.