According to a report by leading housing experts, ministers are failing to tackle the housing crisis, with not enough new homes are being built, which has led to rising rental levels and an increase in homelessness and overcrowding.
The report, compiled by the National Housing Federation, Shelter and the Chartered Institute of Housing, highlights areas where the coalition is in charge of deteriorating housing conditions. It has revealed that, although there has been a small increase in new builds, the 109,020 completed homes in 2011 is almost 40% below the 2007 peak of 175,560 – this is less than half of the number that the government admits would be required annually to meet demand.
This has led to knock-on effects meaning that people with less expendable cash are finding it harder to afford the rising combination of increased rents and decreasing benefits that have made housing less affordable.
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