Inquiry status: Response published
The Communities and Local Government Committee decided to undertake an inquiry into the financing of new housing supply.
The inquiry focused on the steps which needed to be taken by Government to ensure that the resources were available to enable the nation’s housing needs to be met. It considered both the private sector, in the context of current and likely ongoing restrictions on the availability of mortgage finance, and social and affordable housing, particularly in the context of the Government’s Affordable Rent policy and the reduction in grant funding.
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Commuities and Local Government Committe to publish Report
MPs take oral evidence from the minister on the financing of new housing supply
Communities and Local Government Committee hears from local authorities, developers and diverse landlords
Communities and Local Government Committee evidence session
Communities and Local Government Committee new inquiry and call for evidence
Volume II: additional written evidence
Volume I: Report, together with formal
minutes, oral and written evidence
Most, but not all, Select Committee inquiries are conducted as follows:
Not all inquiries result in a Report