Most land sold will have no social housing
09 January 2018
Nationally, 59 sites have been reported sold by the NHS as part of the Government’s public land sale programme. 80% of the homes being built on NHS land are for market sale, the vast majority of which are out of reach for NHS key workers. The other 20% of proposed houses are classified as ‘affordable’ but only half of these are for genuinely affordable social rent. See full story.
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