The government's long-awaited housing report, which sets out plans to tackle the UK's housing shortage, fails to consider the issue of retired people looking to downsize, says Now Pensions director of policy Adrian Boulding.
Fixing our broken housing market blames demand outstripping supply for expensive, sparse housing. It says that, since the 1970s, an average of 160,000 new homes have been built each year in England, yet...
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