Inevitably, the UK will collectively refocus attention on domestic policies as the sphere of influence from Brexit diminishes. And there are plenty of housing issues that need addressing – affordability, taxation, regulation in the private rental sector, affordable homes, housing supply, lack of skilled labour and digital construction are just some of the issues to address.
• Loans to Buy to Let landlords have fallen 46% since the Brexit referendum and July 2018
• The UK is still far behind its target of 300,000 new homes a year by 2020, but delivery is speeding up
• Tech is likely to provide huge disruption over the next 5 years, with digital construction, building information modelling and smart tech all playing a roll
• Central London house prices are forecast to grow at 15.3% over the next 5 years
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