New standard method: How housing need levels would change in England's biggest cities and towns

The government yesterday revealed its new standard method of assessing housing need, which would add an uplift for England's biggest urban areas. Below we look at how it would change housing need levels in the cities and towns affected.

by John Geoghegan
Birmingham: large increase in absolute housing need under new standard method
Birmingham: large increase in absolute housing need under new standard method

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