No starter homes have yet been built, investigation finds

By Martin Ford | 05 November 2019

None of the Government’s planned ‘starter homes’ have yet been built as legislation has not been implemented, a report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has found.

The Government pledged in 2014 to build 200,000 ‘starter homes’, to be sold at a 20% discount to first-time buyers aged under 40.

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