no win no fee
Calling it half-baked is actually over-egging it. It does nothing about the demand for 'really' affordable housing for those who need it and will never be able to afford to buy. Clearly supply side is failing both at owner-occupied and social housing sectors. And mustn't forget that a bubble is very likely, followed by the collapse in the housing market - again.
Comment on: Pickles slammed for calling in demolition plan
Are any of the 889 local? Is that as many as a nationwide or even international petition can manage? Are Pickles and Boles part-time Beatles fans?! Localism, Pyongyang style.
Islington could build even more affordable rent homes if it hadn't decided to cancel its repairs contract at a cost of £3 million plus a year to its tenants. It does make you wonder how serious they actually are or if it's just posturing?
Comment on: Help to buy reservations reach 10,000
I would have though that first-time buyer confidence will be draining away fairly rapidly with the rise in property prices revealed this week.
As has been said many a time, it's increasing the supply side that needs addressing for prices to have any chance of stabilising in the longer term, so this is nothing more than Pickles' spin.
IF - only if there's not a 'Talking Bo&%ock&' option ahead of it, I would suggest.
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