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A lack of investment in new affordable homes together with enticement to speculate in housing as a commodity rather than as a necessity, has not only resulted in many borrowing ‘to the hilt’ just to keep a roof over their heads but severe pressure on rental prices, a lack of investment in the skills and technology that we need to produce affordable quality housing for the future and last but not least a downgrade of the UK economy which has been mortgaged to pay for our expensive homes. But we can get around this by thinking laterally.
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