Hanna Wheatley


Hanna Wheatley is a quantitative researcher mainly working on housing and land, and is currently leading NEF’s work on the public land sale. In addition to these core interests, Hanna has contributed to a wide range of research areas at NEF, from fracking to wellbeing inequality. Recent publications include the Huffington Post, STIR Magazine and the TCPA journal, and she has also appeared on TV and radio news.

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How can we implement rent controls in London?

Hanna Wheatley on talkRADIO

Getting rents under control

How to make London rents affordable

How much do you need to earn to buy a home in the UK?

Hanna Wheatley spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer on talkRADIO

Could Berlin-style rent controls work in the UK?

Hanna Wheatley for Wake Up to Money on BBC 5 Live

What can we learn from Berlin’s five-year rent freeze?

Hanna Wheatley on BBC World Service

Who is really benefitting from the Help-to-Buy Scheme?

Hanna Wheatley on BBC Radio London

Public land could be key to solving the housing crisis

By selling off public land to the highest bidder, the Government is missing an opportunity to build the homes we need

Still no homes for nurses

How NHS land is being sold off the build unaffordable homes

Money laundering, offshore ownership and London’s housing crisis

Hanna Wheatley on talkRADIO

What do unemployment figures tell us about women and work?

Hanna Wheatley speaks to John Nicolson on talkRADIO

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