Voters want to see more housing in their area according to the National Housing Federation
The National Housing Federation (NHF) reveals in a recent news release that voters of all parties in England want to see more housing in their area, especially if it is affordable, fewer than one in 10 now say no new homes are needed in their area at all.
David Orr, Chief Executive at the National Housing Federation said: “The nation’s broken housing market has rightly been at the fore of debate in the run up to the General Election. These findings make it crystal clear that building affordable homes is a vote-winner.
“Voters of all stripes now recognise that too few affordable homes have been built across the country. But housing associations can change that. Our sector is ready and waiting to partner with the new Government to fix this problem once and for all.
“Our message to whoever enters Number 10 on 9 June is simple: with the right support and political will, housing associations can build hundreds of thousands of new homes.”
Read the (NHF) press release in full click here.