In this chart, we explore the extent to which the UK housing crisis is a matter of supply, and how recent plans – concerned with increasing housing density in urban areas – might resolve this.
Summary As UK’s bank rate hits a 13-year high, its impact reverberates through the economy, with disposable incomes shrinking and inflation spiralling. Amidst this, debates rage on the true culprits behind soaring inflation. We present an incisive analysis of the UK’s economic landscape, from the plight of mortgagors and renters to the potential pitfalls of […]
Whilst efforts have been made to improve efficiency, they have often ended in failure. A coordinated and committed approach is needed to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, and lower household bills.
This week’s chart assesses the effect that the holiday had on the housing market, as well as the wider economy.
This week’s chart assesses how the supply of housing has changed over time, and the extent to which we can learn from the factors that have caused these changes.
The extent to which can affordably rent varies considerably across the country, with London, naturally, being least affordable. We show that this isn’t just an issue for those on lower incomes.