CPRE/RSN report on rural homelessness …

I don’t, normally resort to using this blog as a ‘soapbox’ but an article in this morning’s ‘Guardian – online’ made me think a bit.  It came, coincidentally, after I met a local builder/developer quite by accident on Tarporley High Street.  Its’ theme is about affordable housing and it is worth reading and musing on the core argument “What is really affordable?”

Written by the CPRE and Rural Services Network it poses the question – what more could we/should we be doing?

Rural homelessness in England rises by 115% in past two years

You can read the full report here:

CPRE – RSN report on Rural Recovery and Revitalisation

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