New millennium’s children facing housing misery

The sentiments expressed in this post by Street Democracy really hit the nail on the head. I’ve got personal experience of the ‘plastic faced’ housing official and the way they make you feel worthless. We are not their problem, THEY are ours and their attitude comes all the way down from their masters in government.

Street Democracy - where it should reach - Our Streets! by Max Salsbury for

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Britain’s inability to build enough homes will have a severe impact on those born in the early part of the new millennium, a report claims.

The National Housing Federation’s (NHF) ‘Housing Britain’s Future’ report suggests that a jump in births mixed with a decade of inadequate house building will see millions suffer with housing costs and rents as they hit adulthood in 2020.

Street Democracy writes:

‘New millennium’s children facing housing misery’ has always been since the beginning of the welfare state. Social housing has been behind demand and necessity and the poorest families with children are hugely effected.

All the common land has gone, leaving land scarcity to be over used. Property and land shuffled about like a game of Lego, squeezing in, small rabbit hutch style homes with hanker chief size gardens, if you are lucky.

Hostel life is miserable for the parents…

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