Housing ministry guilty of 'deplorable cycle of policy invention and abandonment' over Starter Homes, say MPs

The government is guilty of a "deplorable cycle of policy invention, abandonment and reinvention" in relation to its axed Starter Homes programme for discounted market homes, while its current proposals to fund so-called First Homes via developer contributions to councils risks making less money available for social housing and infrastructure, a report by the Parliamentary spending watchdog has concluded.

by Michael Donnelly
MHCLG: Ministry singled out for critisism over discounted homes policies
MHCLG: Ministry singled out for critisism over discounted homes policies

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