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Rowan Moore: How to Fix a Housing Crisis

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The long-running housing crisis in Britain has finally risen to the top of the political agenda.

It is set to be a major issue in the next general election. But how, realistically, can it be addressed? With new towns? By retrofitting existing buildings? With economic policies? On the occasion of the publication of his book Property: The Myth that Built the Modern World, the Observer’s architecture critic Rowan Moore presents a plan of action.

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