Monthly Archives: May 2016

Life off the ladder. Our panel discuss the reality of renting, Wed 15 June, 7pm

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  11 million people in the UK are off the housing ladder and in private renting, up dramatically from previous generations. Over half of Londoners rent. Whether through choice or necessity, more people are renting and for longer. On Wednesday 15 June, 7pm our expert speakers will join us at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) to discuss the reality

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Panel confirmed for 21CC Policy Forum, ‘Seeking Common Ground’

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The panel has now been confirmed for the the next in the series of 21st Century Challenges: Policy Forum events. Taking place on 20 June, here at the RGS-IBG in South Kensington, London, ‘Seeking common ground?‘ will explore London’s housing crisis and how to deliver affordable, timely and sustainable homes for London’s workforce. Our expert panel will consider where homes can

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Housing Policy Forum: Seeking Common Ground?

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Monday 20 June, 5.30pm – 7.15pm (followed by networking drinks) Delivering affordable, timely and sustainable housing for London’s workforce The Housing and Planning Bill and current Greater London Authority initiatives will, arguably, only partially address the substantial need for genuinely affordable, timely and sustainable housing – for rent and for purchase – for London’s workforce now, and in the future.

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