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Housing Crisis

The Mayor has firmly pledged that under his leadership over 40 percent of new homes for social rent should be for families. Who will get to live in them? It ought to be families on borough housing waiting lists. But the government has firmly pledged that registered social landlords will be allowed to set rents for new tenancies at up to 80 percent of local market levels. It's also pledged to introduce a "total benefit cap" of £26,000 a year. How will households dependent on benefits through illness or unemployment be able to afford to move into these new homes or remain in them in hard times if the "total benefit cap" prohibits it? Read More:

 

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