A “data deficit” is responsible for the persistent failure of UK skills policy, explains our analyst Andy Norman who questions the absence of an FE statistics agency.
The government’s new housebuilding target of 300,000 net additional homes per year for England will require new build completions to rise from around 184,000 to somewhere close to 280,000 units a year. To achieve this, the government needs to tackle three key issues related to the current dysfunctional land market. Firstly, the requirement to bid […]
Reforming the land market: How land reform can help deliver the government target of 300,000 new homes per year
A new analysis from the Centre for Progressive Policy shows that the government can reach its target of 300,000 additional homes by reforming the land market.