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Policy briefing: Brexit and housing

The Brexit debate has stressed the UK economy, the Irish border, immigration, and trade, as well as specific sectors. There has been little attention to other fundamental parts of the economy, such as housing. Aside from its cyclical and productivity effects, housing is a core element of the UK economy. The quality, location, cost and price of housing matters to UK competitiveness and Brexit will shock both the housing supply side as well as have a significant effect on drivers of demand and needs requirements

Author(s): Ken Gibb, Duncan MacLennan
Published: 17 April 2018
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