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London businesses could be asked to stump up the cost of building affordable housing in the capital under a radical new plan by London mayor Boris Johnson.
Some of the UK’s largest companies are helping to house staff amid warnings the affordability crisis is damaging London’s economy.
Soaring housing costs in London are starting to damage the city’s economy. Nick Duxbury reveals how the growing affordability crisis is forcing a host of the capital’s largest employers to help house their staff.
- Business time
- ONS official intended wider review of reforms
- Councils call for £10bn reduction in HRA debt
- Understanding the refugee housing crisis
- Word of warning
- Right to Buy shock: The reaction
- CIH: Rent reduction makes Right to Buy replacements 'impossible'
If David Cameron lets energy companies off the hook in the lead up to the election, it will be tenants missing out on hundreds of pounds of savings, writes Nick Duxbury
The government has picked the easy target but not the right target in the energy battle, writes Nick Duxbury
Now party season is over, Nick Duxbury reflects where the three parties stand on energy efficiency
- Energy required
- High Standards
- The future is green
- A green red herring
- Ray of light
- Spanner in the works
- Off the line