For every two families that need a home there is one property standing empty. This isn't just inefficient it's unjust
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Fantastic link, for anyone wanting a decent size viewing window (up-sized) its on google videos (http://tinyurl.com/33q8rg).It pretty much concretes my beliefs that money making companies, no matter how you force them, won't do a good job of social housing.Bury council are parts of the scheme that forces developers to build a percentage of social housing. Apart from actually hurting the people who have paid 140-200K for a house by putting sometimes (not always) dubious people in their estate and with them paying 40/50% of the cost if anything at all; this sort of system causes further social division by shoehorning low quality buildings into commercial ventured estates.Surely it would be better to make them to simply pay a certain amount towards social housing which could then be developed by councils.That being said, I'd sooner live in a redbrick house then a house built like a McDonalds restaurant.
Wow after watching that whole programme I just want to strangle a housing developer.More so after seeing them trying to evict people from their homes just because they're next to a park, that's just sick and bent.