Homes for all: a vision for England’s housing system

England faces a housing crisis. This has been said so often and by so many that it has become common parlance – and lost its power to shock.

Numerous thoughtful, coherent reports have explored the reasons for this crisis, and what can and should be done about it.

This report does not produce another set of policy options. Instead, it seeks to address the underlying, fundamental problem: housing is a long-term issue, yet England does not have a strategy. There is no collective national vision of what the purpose of housing policy is or what it is designed to achieve, and therefore politicians and the public have no shared understanding of what good looks like.

Author(s): Ken Gibb, Alex Marsh, David Orr, Alice Earley
Published: 24 April 2024
Categorised in: Affordable housing
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