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The government’s National Housing and Planning Advice Unit has warned that 3 million new homes by 2016 will not be enough to meet England’s housing crisis. It called for annual housebuilding to rise to 240,000 by 2016.
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Optivo chief executive Paul Hackett will also sit on the RICS’ housing supply group
Housing secretary says focus shouldn’t just be on numbers of homes being built
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