'20th century thinking crushing housing hopes'

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Published by Max Salsbury for 24dash.com in Housing and also in Communities, Finance

The economic crisis is crushing the housing hopes of many poorer and younger households and holding back community renewal while the drive for 21st century homes is being hampered by 20th century housing thinking, a new report has claimed. The research, conducted by St Andrews University and a group of international practitioners, concludes that "radical thinking" is needed to bring about a "new, entrepreneurial and thriving rental housing sector". Led by Professor Duncan Maclennan and Sharon Chish...

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