Survey story – part onePosted: July 23, 2014 | Author: julesbirch | Filed under: Bedroom tax, Housing market, Private renting, Social housing |1 Comment
It’s time again for a welter of new information about housing in England. Here’s the first of a two-part blog on what caught my eye.
The English Housing Survey also covers stock conditions, energy efficiency and fire safety but this blog concentrates on the story on households. Information from it was first released in February but more followed today. Here are the first three of six themes that seemed significant to me.
The slow death of the property-owning democracy continues: I blogged about the key trends in tenure in February. It wasn’t just about the rise and rise of private renting (it had been clear that it would overtake social renting for some time) but a huge shift within owner-occupation.
-> Read the rest of this post on Inside Edge, my blog for Inside Housing
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