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House of the rising son (or daughter)

Homeownership rates have plummeted for today’s younger generation. Hypothetically, it would currently take a 27-30 year old

Building for the baby boomers

In Building for the Baby Boomers, Policy Exchange argue a new generation of homes purpose built for

A social justice housing strategy

In this report the CSJ Housing Commission examines the costs of the housing crisis – that is,

From rent to own

The report proposes that for a single year, the Government should turn the Capital Gains Tax payable

Down with deposits

Forcing tenants to pay large up-front deposits mean many people struggle to move between properties. They also

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By Stephen Clarke; John Wood

Homeownership rates have plummeted for today’s younger generation. Hypothetically, it would currently take a 27-30 year old first time buyer…

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By Jack Airey

In Building for the Baby Boomers, Policy Exchange argue a new generation of homes purpose built for ageing baby boomers…

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By Joe Shalam

In this report the CSJ Housing Commission examines the costs of the housing crisis – that is, not only the…

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By Alex Morton

The report proposes that for a single year, the Government should turn the Capital Gains Tax payable by a landlord…

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By Brian Sturgess

Forcing tenants to pay large up-front deposits mean many people struggle to move between properties. They also lose out on…

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By Stephen Clarke

To conclude our current project on devolved cities we finish with the city with the longest history of devolved government:…

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By Scott Corfe

This report, commissioned by Peabody, provides new insights into the lives of individuals living in social housing in London –…

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By Various Authors

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is currently testing various options for reforming Service Accommodation through an initiative known as the…

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By Luke Murphy; Charlotte Snelling; Alfie Stirling

Council tax is considered by many to be in the ‘too difficult to touch’ box when it comes to reform.…

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