However you measure it, Britain has a housing crisis

The number of new households created each year in Britain has exceeded the number of homes built annually since 2008, and in England alone approaching 300,000 new units are required each year merely to meet demand.

However you measure it, Britain has a housing crisis

“If there is a commitment to resolve the housing crisis, and if public spending is seen as a tool in that, then why not use some of it to directly build housing rather than stimulate private supply at one end and stimulate private demand at the other?” asks Chris Patrick, Partner at Bruceshaw.

Bruceshaw’s leading residential experts, joined expert journalist Graham Norwood for a conversation to consider ‘the crisis’, producing thoughts, suggestions and solutions to fuel the industry’s debate on this crucial subject.

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