Post Tagged with: "Housing"

Autumn Budget 2017: How the Budget helps Wycombe People

The Chancellor presented his Budget to Parliament yesterday. Many of the Budget measures will positively benefit Wycombe, including The abolition of stamp duty land tax on homes under £300,000 for first-time buyers, New financial support for house building over the next five years, Increases in the National Living and National Minimum Wage, […]

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Conservatives are committed to reducing homelessness

Labour opponents list rising homelessness in their allegations against Conservatives. The truth is that homelessness has risen in the last seven years but to nowhere near its peak under Labour. have made available an analysis here and, fact checking PMQs here, they write: Statutory homelessness is much more than 10% […]

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Homelessness Reduction Bill Second Reading

During the second reading of Bob Blackman’s Homelessness Reduction Bill in Parliament on the 28th October, I asked Mr. Blackman the following question: I’m here to support my Honourable friend in his excellent Bill today. I just observe that London boroughs seeking temporary accommodation is a factor which considerably disrupts […]

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