No place like home
The crisis in the housing market has become a matter of national importance, but nowhere have its effects been as keenly felt as in the southeast. As pressure on the planning industry increases, Henry Abraham looks at the steps the authorities are taking to meet the challenge
Housing is a hot topic. The housing market, particularly in the southeast, has gone wild, prices have gone through the roof, new entrants are denied and there is a media frenzy – enough to cause even the politicians to say that something must be done.
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