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engage the third sector in active repeal of housing construction regulations that hinder the building low cost affordable housing

Comment 8th July 2010

A few years ago OXFAM and other NGOS were asked how long it would take them to supply low cost housing for the homeless in UK.

The answer was not long,but UK legislation on construction would not allow this.

After the war,the pre fab may have been utility,but it supplied housing starts for millions of UK citizens.

When landlord supplied via welfare and temporary housing is so costly, and not fitted for the role of supplying a home,why do we not turn to the organisations who manage to supply housing to the worlds worst housing crisis situations, by allowing them to work in the UK. or allowing their expertise to be used.

Why does this matter?

Housing is vital.

no house-no job,no bank account,no family life,no money and no hope.

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