The End of Social Housing


The Housing and Planning Bill is one of the most dangerous and far-reaching pieces of legislation passed in this country in a long time, yet its true impact has been unreported in the mainstream press and is largely unknown to the people it will most affect. Far from addressing the so-called housing ‘crisis’, it has been designed to bring about the end of social housing in this country. To call it a Housing Bill doesn’t do justice to the real scope of its ambitions. The intrusive new measures it introduces for monitoring social housing tenants, and the centralisation of power in the Secretary of State it will affect, makes the Bill a social engineering plan that will have catastrophic consequences for the people of Britain.

If this Bill had been written to do what the government is presenting it as doing – helping people to get on the property ladder…

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