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Like the electorate, architects believe in change

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'Our new government'? - it's not new, it's predominantly the same old faces, slightly rearranged, and as long as you've got a character like Boris Johnson taken seriously, and there are people like Michael Gove and Andrea Leadsom given great authority, it requires a big stretch of the imagination to expect rapid reform of the iniquities that have created the housing crisis. Technological advances in mass housing construction won't in themselves address the problem, it needs reform in land supply and of the current scandal of housing as an international commodity.

Posted date

12 June, 2017

Posted time

12:24 pm

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