Councils still being held back from building more homes - report

By Paul Marinko | 07 January 2020

Local authorities are still being held back from providing more homes, a new report examining the future for council housing has argued.

The report by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH), National Federation of Arms-Length Management Organisations and the Association of Retained Council Housing (ARCH) found that while councils were on course to build 10,000 homes a year much more could be achieved if ‘significant constraints’ were removed.

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