Labour’s populist NIMBYism gets the housing crisis wrong – CapX

Instead of suggesting feasible ways to make housing more affordable in a society with this homeowner majority, it simply descends into the populist tropes of NIMBYism and the dog whistle of blaming non-existent wealthy foreigners. In doing so, it offers no solutions to Britain’s housing mess. CapX depends on the generosity of its readers.

Yes, we do have a housing crisis. letting homes be built where they’re needed will fix it. And doing so might also offer at least a partial answer to our "productivity puzzle", too. Whether or not today’s housing white paper will do enough to tackle the NIMBYism that is at the heart of the crisis is another matter entirely.

This Government has presided over a house-building revolution for which it does not get enough credit. Net housing additions are now at 222,000 – around 100,000 more than the level inherited in.

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Instead of suggesting feasible ways to make housing more affordable in a society with this homeowner majority, it simply descends into the populist tropes of NIMBYism and the dog whistle of blaming non-existent wealthy foreigners. In doing so, it offers no solutions to Britain’s housing mess. CapX depends on the generosity of its readers.

Labor’s ‘populist’ housing plan is ‘discrimination’ and won’t help house prices Joanna Mather, Matthew Cranston, Michael Bleby Updated Apr 21, 2017 – 5.31pm , first published at 3.00pm

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