England & Wales, Scotland Housing and planning

Stockpiling space – how can local authorities respond to intergenerational housing inequalities?


Housing inequality has grown over the past decade and increased further during the pandemic. England now has two main housing nations: older, affluent owner-occupiers with rooms to spare; and younger renters living in cramped homes with little access to outside space. A report from the Intergenerational Foundation proposes bold policy changes.

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