England & Wales, Scotland Housing and planning

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

Summary

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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