How the broken land market drives our housing crisis
Landowners have too much power over what gets built in our communities.
3 challenges the Spring Statement should address
Philip Hammond has been downplaying tomorrow’s Statement, but now is not the time to shy away from tackling the UK’s problems
Housing crisis: big speeches, small steps
Clampdown on planning loopholes is welcome, but housebuilding cannot be left to private developers
IWD2018: 4 examples of fearless women working for change
This International Women's Day, four members of NEF staff celebrate the women who inspire them
Why are profit-making factories closing across England?
There are more than 660,000 fewer people working in manufacturing in England than there were in 2005. But these plants are profitable – and their closure should be avoidable.
Half of UK’s wealth rests on shaky foundations: a new approach to land and housing is urgent
The rapid growth of land wealth has been driven by financial speculation.
Four reasons why Help to Buy should be scrapped, not extended
Help to Buy is more likely to help those on higher incomes than struggling young renters