Monday, 28 November 2011

Letter, The Guardian, 28.11.11

"The government seems to think it can get 16,000 homes built for £400m. That's £25,000 each. If houses cost £25,000, there wouldn't be a housing crisis. The target should be to reduce the cost of housing dramatically, because the market has got out of control. It will take a lot more than 16,000 new houses to do that. More planning, less tinkering.

Richard Haggis
Littlemore, Oxford"

Interestingly, the Guardian seems to have de-frocked me, something the C of E hasn't yet got round to!

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