Landing new homes

By Stephen Kinsella | 18 June 2019

A lack of land available for housing, especially in the least affordable areas, has been one of the key reasons for England’s undersupply of housing.

A combination of fragmented land ownership, protective land use designations, an absence of infrastructure and other local barriers to development mean there is not enough land to meet England’s housing need.

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