English housing starts fall sharply in last quarter of 2019

Quarterly housing starts in England have fallen 17 per cent year on year, suggesting that efforts to boost housing delivery had begun to tail off even before the coronavirus outbreak hit the development sector.

by Mark Wilding
Construction: housing starts down 17 per cent year on year. Image: Flickr / Ben Sutherland
Construction: housing starts down 17 per cent year on year. Image: Flickr / Ben Sutherland

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