In brief: Government funding demanded to reverse housing decline in Tees Valley

Government funding to reverse housing market decline in the Tees Valley is being demanded by a renewal partnership. Tees Valley Living has submitted a 20-page document outlining the case for a 15-year scheme to boost the area's housing market, after it missed designation as one of the government's pathfinder projects in the sustainable communities plan. It points out that more than a quarter of all homes in failing areas in the North East are in the Tees Valley.

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