Betts backs Homes England review

By Mark Conrad | 17 April 2024

Parliament’s housing committee chair has backed calls to remove some responsibilities from Homes England so the agency can focus on affordable housebuilding and regeneration.

Labour chair of the Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee, Clive Betts, told The MJ the publication last week of an independent review of Homes England had made ‘eminently sensible’ recommendations.

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