The Colour of Money - Commit to make better housing
28 Jul 2016 10:25 am
It's estimated that the UK needs to build 250,000 homes every year to keep up with demand, but the Government is falling short on this. These missed targets are also impacting the quality oif housing following the axing of key environmental building legislation.
Read the comment by GHA's Julian Brooks
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