Crisis talkPosted: February 5, 2014 Filed under: Housebuilding, Housing market Leave a comment
It was the housing shortage rather than the housing crisis that he said would last for 10 years but it was still a surprisingly frank admission from George Osborne.
This was the key quote from the chancellor yesterday that was the basis of the stories in this morning’s papers:
‘I imagine if we were all assembled again in 10 years’ time we’d still be talking about the challenge of making sure that our housing supply kept up with housing demand and we’re all legislators here and we all have a responsibility to the next generation.’
Read the rest of this post on Inside Edge, my blog for Inside Housing