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27.09.19 – Labour should keep it simple on housing
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26.09.19 – How councils are avoiding updating their five-year-old plans
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25.09.19 – Social housing crisis builds as government passes the buck
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24.09.19 – The right housing in the right place – the councils investing in quality homes
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23.09.19 – Housing crisis affects estimated 8.4 million in England – research
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18.09.19 – Help to Buy scheme has failed those most in need, claim MPs
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17.09.19 – Greenfield land should only be developed in ‘the most exceptional circumstances’, says McVey
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15.09.19 – Higher education: is Britain’s student housing bubble set to burst?
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14.09.19 –  £95 million to revive historic high streets
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12.09.19 – The policy and legislation changes in the pipeline this autumn
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09.09.19 – No-deal Brexit could trigger house price falls of 20pc in 2020 – here’s where to bag a bargain
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06.09.19 – 100 places to benefit from new Towns Fund
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05.09.19 – The authorities at risk of losing planning powers because of poor appeal records
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04.09.19 – Help to Buy? More like ‘Help to Profit’
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02.09.19 – No-deal Brexit ‘could hit house prices’
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30.08.19 – We were promised ‘bold’ ideas on fixing the housing market. Where are they?
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30.08.19 – Brexit jitters grind UK housing market to a halt in August
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28.08.19 – Plan to help first-time buyers stay local
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27.08.19 – Building 300,000 homes a year would have ‘limited’ impact on prices, says report
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22.08.19 – Government blasted over housing ‘failure’ as one in ten children living in overcrowded homes
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21.08.19 – Solving the housing crisis isn’t as simple as building 300,000 homes, it’s the right mix of homes
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20.08.19 – Let councils set planning fees to help deal with austerity cuts, say MPs
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19.08.19 – Sajid Javid’s stamp duty plan was always doomed: here are five ways to fix our broken housing market
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17.08.19 – Sajid Javid’s stamp duty plan could drive up house prices for all
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17.08.19 – £600 million boost for housing
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13.08.19 – We must question ourselves to ensure we are building as many homes as possible
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13.08.19 – Public more worried about housing than Brexit, survey shows
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13.08.19 – Persimmon review into housebuilding scandal seeks views of 100,000 people
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12.08.19 – What will happen to house prices in a no-deal Brexit – and will it be a good time to buy?
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09.08.19 – Gap between permission and completions leaves 280,000 ‘missing homes’, campaigners say
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08.08.19 – Time to change a national approach to housing that creates ‘left-behind’ places
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06.08.19 – Home buyers ‘move faster in Scotland but slower in London’
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05.08.19 – The prospects for the housing market look gloomy, but not entirely
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03.08.19 – It’s time to stop blaming the elderly for the housing crisis
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02.08.19 – Housing associations should review property sales policies, says NHF commission
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02.08.19 – Boris Johnson and the housing crisis
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01.08.19 –  How young buyers are trapped by older homeowners refusing to downsize
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31.07.19 – Housebuilders voice fears over standard of new homes after Brexit uncertainty sees construction firms lay off staff
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31.07.19 – Council housebuilding has revived in London — but much greater radicalism is needed
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30.07.19 – Let’s build a cross-party consensus on funding desperately needed homes
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29.07.19 –  Johnson pledges to ‘review’ planning regulations to boost housebuilding
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26.07.19 – What next for council housing?
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26.07.19 – UK housing under pressure
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25.07.19 – Cabinet audit: What does the appointment of Robert Jenrick as Housing Secretary mean for policy?
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24.07.19 – Government accused of prolonging UK housing crisis
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23.07.19 – What Boris Johnson becoming Prime Minister could mean for planning
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21.07.19 – Renters to be given access to rogue landlords database under fresh Government crackdown
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19.07.19 – Stamp duty could be halved on homes worth over £500,000 to help ’empty nesters’ downsize, under Boris plans
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19.07.19 – London officials ban segregated play areas in future housing developments
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15.07.19 – Homes England agrees partnership for 1,300 homes on army land
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08.07.19 – The Thinkhouse Review: what can we learn from housing policy across the UK?
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07.07.19 – UK housing crisis deepens as benefit claimants priced out by high rents
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05.07.19 – House prices slip in June as sellers sit tight and buyers bargain hard
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04.07.19 – Proportion of permissions following secretary of state intervention drops sharply under Brokenshire
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02.07.19 – The Communities Secretary’s speech at the LGA Conference 2019
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02.07.19 – Heseltine calls for a new government department to control planning
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02.07.19 – New Task Force to help revitalise high streets and town centres
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01.07.19 – Brokenshire tells PINS that inspectors should take ‘pragmatic’ approach to local plans
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28.06.19 – Government will ban sale of new-build houses as leasehold
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28.06.19 – Fall in permissions granted for new homes since last year, new government figures show
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27.06.19 – Legal & General in £4bn housing deal with Oxford university
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26.06.19 – May calls for better homes as MPs warn house building target at risk
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26.06.19 – Planning system problems hinder push to build 300,000 homes a year, MPs warn
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26.06.19 – Flat-pack home? Ikea moves in on UK housing
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26.06.19 – MHCLG ‘way off track’ on 300,000-a-year homes target, say MPs
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23.06.19 – Call for action to stop buyers paying price for new-build delays
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18.06.19 – Questions raised over how Raab would fund Right to Buy plan
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13.06.19 – Quality, safety and the long-term legacy are at the heart of the house building agenda – Housing Secretary
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13.06.19 – Help to Buy is a disaster for all young people – especially the poor
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11.06.19 – Anne Marie Morris MP: Centralised house building powers completely ignores the needs and opinions of local communities
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04.06.19  – Labour could stop renters paying council tax in major property laws shake-up
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04.06.19  – House-building now accounts for 60% of all new construction work
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03.06.19  – House building not keeping up with demand due to population growth
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31.05.19 – London Mayor’s approach to housing is unrealistic
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25.05.19  – Planning red tape axed
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22.05.19  – Gary Porter: The local elections weren’t just about Brexit. Hostility to new housing was a big factor
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20.05.19  –  Will the Conservatives’ current housing policies survive a leadership battle?
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20.05.19  – Oxfordshire’s Housing and Growth deal at risk after local elections
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13.05.19  – Truss calls for 1m green belt homes to avoid Tory ‘annihilation’
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09.05.19  – What the local election results mean for planning
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03.05.19  – TCPA calls for a Healthy Homes Act to tackle concerns over poor-quality housing
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03.05.19  – Local elections: Conservatives lose more than 1300 councillors
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02.05.19  – Housebuilders maintain record investment in land despite wider uncertainties
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24.04.19  – TCPA responds to Labour’s commitment to scrapping permitted development
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24.04.19  – Failing to Plan
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15.04.19  – Bid to establish that councils cannot delay permitted development decisions goes to High Court
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15.04.19  – Theresa May pledges to abolish ‘no-fault’ eviction powers for landlords in overhaul of private rented sector
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14.04.19  – Tory leadership race hots up as MP lays out mini housing manifesto 
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11.04.19  – Brexit a major drag on UK housing market, say RICS
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03.04.19  – PDI delighted to be working on Chesterton, Cirencester application to build 2,350 new homes which has received planning consent following the S106 agreements being signed
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26.03.19  – Overwhelming majority of buyers happy with their new build home
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25.03.19  – Nationwide gets back to its roots by building homes
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25.03.19  – LGA responds to Campaign to Protect Rural England report on building new homes
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13.03.19  – Ten circumstances ‘special’ enough to justify green belt development
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19.02.19  – More than 100 councils fall short as first ‘housing delivery test’ results revealed
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08.02.19  – Half of councils expected to miss housebuilding targets 
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04.02.19  – Anywhere but here: voters’ strange doublethink on housing
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08.01.19  – Ed Miliband: Why Britain should build three million new council houses
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08.01.19  – Over a million British families will pay costly rent forever & will never be able to afford to buy their own home
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08.01.19  – A Vision for Social Housing
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01.01.19  – This has been the worst decade for house-building since WW2, all it’s all our fault 
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29.12.18  – Only five per cent of new homes will be affordable to the most vulnerable, government reveals
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20.12.18  – Plans to speed up new homes held up with new developer contribution rules 
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25.11.18  – The property tax system works brilliantly – if you’re a builder or wealthy homeowner 
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19.11.18  – Raynsford Review of Planning to be launched on 20th November
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15.11.18  – Supply of new homes up 78% in 5 years
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15.11.18  – James Brokenshire welcomes rise in number of new homes
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05.11.18  – Theresa May’s flagship policy to solve housing crisis will deliver no new homes in half of England
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03.11.18  – James Brokenshire: building better and beautiful will deliver more homes
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02.11.18  – Housebuilding slowdown dampens construction industry recovery
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30.10.18  – Budget 2018: What do the housing measures mean?
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30.10.18  – This budget shows Conservatives have run out of ideas on housing
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26.10.18  – Technical consultation on updates to national planning policy and guidance
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25.10.18  – Developers hog land for record 130,000 homes, analysis reveals
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23.10.18  – Planning permissions sustained at +350,000 as plan for growth continue
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11.10.18  – Housing Market Intelligence Conference 2018
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10.10.18  – Tory Westminster councillor resigns after hospitality inquiry
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06.10.18 – Cabinet urges May to build on green belt
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05.10.18 – Green belt is eaten up to meet appetite for new homes
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03.10.18 – Reality Check: What are the plans to boost council homes
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24.09.18 – Labour plans to give tenants more power
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19.09.18 – People should be proud of their council house
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16.09.18 – Ministers consider making trespass a criminal offence to keep travellers of private land
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13.08.18 – Cut ‘absurdly high’ stamp duty to end Britain housing ‘disgrace’, Boris Johnson urges PM
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09.08.18 – First-time buyers left high and dry as number of cheaper homes plunges under the Tories
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06.08.18 – ‘Build on our green fields or get Corbyn in power!’ Tory minister Liz Truss sparks fury as she demands planning laws be ripped up and complains about Nimbys in Britain
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06.08.18 – Alarm as green belt land concreted over with houses for the better off
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31.07.18 – Brokenshire calls for London Plan review to ensure new NPPF compliance
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10.07.18 – Mr Buggins is dead – long live Mr Buggins
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20.06.18 – Brokenshire supports report calling for ‘the pursuit of beauty’ in news
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13.06.18 – Sir William Worsley, the new tree champion, will give residents a say on chopping
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14.04.18 – Labour plans 100,000 homes a year
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17.04.18 – The housing timebomb: A third of all millennials will still be renting when they collect their pensions
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