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Ten years ago economist Kate Barker published a review of UK housing supply that she had been appointed to carry out by then chancellor Gordon Brown. The report found housebuilding was at it’s lowest level since the Second World War. A decade on, how do things look?
Housing completions are up but registrations are down across both the public and private sectors
Contractor to build 924 homes in north Tyneside
Sir Michael Lyons says England needs to “go well beyond” 200,000 homes a year target
Newly acquired firm will be called Pinnacle Construction Materials while CMA completes probe
Firms given more time to finish construction of homes under scheme
Housing secretary says move will cut red tape and speed up house building
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