|Topic:||Re:Re:Re:Hogarth Business Park|
|Posted by:||Trudie Fuller|
|Housing our own population around centres of employment seems a pretty basic concept and should take priority over building thousands of sky-high boxes for the overseas investor to grow their money and charge exorbitant rents.|
The thousand of acres of brownfield land must be used for affordable, FAMILY homes built with sufficient storage space for a family's clothes, books, cleaning materials, laundry, and outside spaces for children to play. So much of what is being built today offers no storage space for anything other than a weekend suitcase of clothing. Affordable housing doesn't have to be ugly and cramped. It shouldn't be!
Would it be feasible for each city to put a cap on the acreage that is available for new build, high end flats/properties and allocate a slightly larger acreage purely for new build, affordable houses? Money, money, money!!! but there must be a way to sort this out.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Hogarth Business Park||31/10/14 22:22:00||Trudie Fuller|
|Re:Hogarth Business Park||01/11/14 10:20:00||Nigel Brooks|
|Re:Re:Hogarth Business Park||01/11/14 14:02:00||Claire Moran|
|Re:Hogarth Business Park||02/11/14 22:29:00||Andrew OSullivan|
|Re:Re:Hogarth Business Park||03/11/14 09:09:00||Elizabeth Ross|
|Re:Re:Re:Hogarth Business Park||03/11/14 09:41:00||Trudie Fuller|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Hogarth Business Park||03/11/14 10:32:00||Michael Robinson|
|Re:Hogarth Business Park||03/11/14 09:15:00||Elizabeth Ross|