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    A new wave of prefabs homes are being planned by ministers to solve the housing crisis in Britain.

    During the second world war, prefabs existed across the country when the Government helped to house families bombed out of their homes by Germans.

    Improvements in technology would not make the prefabs of poor quality as it was seen to be in the 1940’s.

    The Guardian reports that: 

    “Ministers were said to have been impressed by the fact that some of the new generation of prefabs could be put up on site in as little as 24 hours, as well as the potential cost advantages”.

    According to The Sunday Telegraph, over 100,000 pre-packed modular homes could be constructed as the government looks at ways to meet its target to provide a million new homes by 2020. 

    This could be a cheaper and very effective way in helping to solve the present housing crisis.

    What do you think?

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    October 31, 2016 by Abimbola Duro-David Categories: Housing And Benefits

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