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The Progressive Policy Think Tank
Topic: Housing & infrastructure

Why housing in the UK requires bricks, not blame

The Government’s recent announcement on a review of the National Policy Planning Framework has struck a more considered tone than the 2012 NPPF which marked a particularly low point in the...

Blog post Expert comment Housing & infrastructure IPPR North

Closer to home: Next steps in planning and devolution

We need a new devolution deal on housing – one that empowers combined authorities to act on the housing opportunities, challenges and requirements of their specific areas. This report reviews the...

Publication Housing & infrastructure IPPR North Report

Home economics: The role of housing in rebalancing the economy

This report looks at the role of housing in rebalancing the economy. It analyses the differences between cities and regions, and assesses how short, medium and long-term housing trends can have a...

Publication IPPR North Report Housing & infrastructure

Build now or pay later? Funding new housing supply

Policymakers of all political parties recognise the pressing need for us to build more homes in this country. In this paper, the third in IPPR's series of briefing papers as part of its fundamental...

Publication Housing & infrastructure Report

The good, the bad and the ugly: Housing demand 2025

As the first step in a programme of work designed to provide a fundamental review of housing policy in England, IPPR has developed a model to project future demand for housing. Developing a picture...

Publication Housing & infrastructure Report