A survey reveals that half of the Country Land and Business Association (CLA) members interrogated believe there is a housing crisis in their community; 24 Housing, reports.
The research will be unveiled at the CLA’s first Housing Summit, today with landowners who develop properties around rural communities in attendance.
The research consists of the following information:
Over 2/5 of CLA members are looking to develop additional properties within the next five years
63% said they’ll build more new homes with support from the local authority
CLA says supporting small private developers can help to end the shortage of housing in rural areas
According to CLA president, Ross Murray:
“The rural housing challenge we face is to deliver a range of much-needed homes which will reinvigorate our rural areas across England and Wales and help to build a stronger, more sustainable countryside.”
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