Campaigning to challenge the voluntary right to buy agreement
Future Housing Review is an independent think tank tackling issues around Government housing policy
Here are some housing issues that are of particular interest:
Reforming shared ownership and developing graduated ownership as a new brand of tenure
Adopting standard-form documents to fast-track section 106 negotiations
In Part One of this article, we consider the origins of the Right to Buy extension policy.
In Part Two, we look at mistakes in the implementation of the policy and the likelihood of future blunders.
In Part Three, we set out a brief history of the policy to date.
See our open letter to the Minister, setting out the reasons why there should be a formal consultation on the RTB extension policy.
This article considers how VRTB policy is going off the rails, and suggests a simple alternative.
Should the emerging VRTB framework be scrutinised? Nigel Turner, director of Future Housing Review, puts forward the case for a public consultation.
This note examines the possibility of a landowner using specific covenants to ensure that new affordable housing built on his or her land is maintained in perpetuity.
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