Housing Minister faces Committee's questions on delivering generational fairness in housing provision
07 December 2018
The Select Committee on Intergenerational Fairness and Provision takes evidence from Housing Minister Kit Malthouse MP, exploring how different generations are affected by housing need and what can be done to encourage community engagement across generations.
Tuesday 11 December in Committee Room 2, Palace of Westminster
- Kit Malthouse MP, Minister of State for Housing, Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
Questions the Committee is likely to ask include:
- How confident is he that the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government can effectively plan of the long-term interests of different ages? Can they model the effects of policies on different cohorts as they age?
- How will the Government support housing design to better meet the needs of an ageing population?
- Should planning policies be required to make specific provision for first time buyers as well as different age groups?
- How will the Government improve the operation of the private rented sector? When will it publish its response to the consultation on longer tenancies?
- What is the Government doing to support intergenerational mortgage products?
- Is the Government doing enough to ensure long-term funding for community initiatives?
- Can the Government do more to support community initiatives that bring together different generations?
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