Housing our Nation
Meeting the housing needs of the UK population sits at the heart of the Government’s economic and political agendas.
The call to significantly increase the delivery of housing has been made on numerous occasions over that last 20 years but the intensity and strength of resolve is hardening as its importance has shifted from the domain of DCLG to the Treasury and into the heart of Downing Street.
Turley has played its role in this debate and seeks a package of solutions to comprehensively address the challenge.
Our ‘Housing our Nation’ series considers a broad range of issues and provides focus on areas within the planning and development domain where increases in supply can be achieved and long term solutions put in place.
The comments and articles set out below each address specific issues or challenges. They will be added to over the coming months as the debate continues.
- Housing White Paper: Could increasing planning fees overcome LPA resourcing constraints?
- The coming of age for build to rent
- CIL Review: A path to successful reform or the road to ruin?
- Holding developers to account
- The Housing White Paper: Getting the most from housing associations and local authorities
- Housing delivery: a test of the Government's ambition
- Don’t delay: urgent need for clarity on OAN
- Turn on all the taps - the report of the West Midlands Land Commission
- No quick fix: The Housing White Paper
- Garden villages and garden towns are a new solution to an old problem
- Garden settlements: Necessary but not sufficient
- Ministerial Statement gives Neighbourhood Plans added strength
- CIL Review: Will the wait be worth it?
- Turley Question Time considers how strategic plans boost housing delivery
- A question of housebuilding targets
- Setback in the pursuit of 'sustainable development' beyond the Local Plan
- High Court judgment reiterates importance of developer-led FOAN evidence
- A new pattern of growth?
- Understanding the Local Implications of the 2014-based Sub-National Population Projections
Please share your views on both the articles and the housing crisis in general. We would be pleased to hear what you have to say – please contact Stuart Irvine (email@example.com).