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Alan Holmans’ new paper looks first at past changes in population and households and in housing supply, with particular reference to 2001 to 2011. It then compares estimates of future housing need post 2011 and how they compare with earlier estimates and with new housing supply in earlier years. Thirdly it asks how much of the new supply has been in response to effective demand and how much has been subsidised ‘affordable’ housing; and finally it asks how much of the supply required to meet new housing need would have to be assisted housing.