In the final part of our series on housing, the experts give six ways of tackling the biggest problems
- Covid frontline workers priced out of homeowning in 98% of Great Britain
- Timeline: how did owning a home become unaffordable?
How do you fix a housing crisis that has its foundations in policy decisions that go back decades? Unsurprisingly, there is not one answer.
The issues of high house prices – illustrated by the large swathes of Great Britain in which key workers are priced out – as well as a lack of affordable rented homes and homelessness will need a wide range of measures to tackle. We asked experts for their ideas.