• ?The Housing crisis

    I have, I don’t consider endlessly building more houses to meet the demand of immigration to be a viable solution. It is obviously true that you can just increase supply to match demand and the will be no crisis. But I don’t want more of our countryside concreted over to house the increasing population solely due to immigration. Just reduce demand

  • ?The Housing crisis

    A nice analogy used below, when the bath is filling up we turn off the taps, we don’t build a bigger house. We don’t want out green spaces built on

  • ?The Housing crisis

    By birthrate the UK population should be falling. The demand for houses should be falling, the price of houses should be falling. Weirdly this isn’t the case. Some might say it is the net immigration of 1 million people every 3 years. What are your thoughts on this?

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