For The Truth About British Society, Follow The (Housing) Money
Summary: The Chartered Institute of Housing, Shelter, Rowan Williams and Boris Johnson all seem to agree; whether social housing can continue to exist in the wealthier parts of the UK – mostly the south of England – is doubtful, following the autumn 2010 spending review. We focus mostly on people at risk of homelessness, but that is only half the picture…. How many people from southern England travel to work for a while in the north, but still own property in the south?
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Posted on November 8, 2010, in Articles Posted On Hilary's Professional Website, Equality, Diversity And Inclusion and tagged Boris Johnson, Chartered Institute of Housing, Homelessness, Housing, North-South divide, Ownership, Rowan Williams. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.