A number of housebuilders were called to Downing Street last week to be asked what they need from the Autumn Statement. Now it’s your turn to have a say.
Pressure is mounting on Chancellor Phillip Hammond to drop the ‘safety first’ approach in this year’s Budget on 22 November. The Chancellor is expected to woo young voters with big promises on housing.
According to the national press, Sajid Javid and David Gauke are pushing the Hammond to announce far-reaching changes to housing and planning policy in his budget speech. What changes do you think are most important? Rate our suggested reforms thus:
3 Nice to have
4 Not a good idea
5 I strongly disagree with this reform