Latest English housing policy announcements and what they mean for you

publication date: Oct 18, 2018
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The coughing and gate-crashing may have dominated the headlines about Theresa May’s address to the Conservative Party conference, but the Prime Minister had plenty to say about housing, too, promising a “new generation of council houses” to help fix the “broken housing market”.

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