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It is a problem that has taxed countless housing ministers, and looms high on the political agenda, even in the midst of Brexit. The housing crisis, and how to tackle it, is a monstrous problem with no simple answer.

According to a recent study by Heriot-Watt University, England alone needs some four million new homes to be built between now and 2031 to meet demand. The Government has not been able to hit its target of 300,000 homes built a year, and it doesn’t look likely that it will. So how do we build more homes? We investigate three of the more unusual methods.

Would-be homeowners going it alone, but together. The “co-ho” concept has many variations; it usually means…

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Post time: Sep-05-2019