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A history of housing 1918-2012

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Leonora Merry

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Transcript of A history of housing 1918-2012

Private sector
homes built
134,800
274,300
Private sector homes built
Private sector homes built
154,210
Private sector homes built
203,320
Private sector homes built
207,730
193,590
1916-1922
Lloyd George's
coalition
1918: end of WW1
1924: Subsidies for private developers introduced
Andrew Bonar Law
Stanley
Baldwin
Ramsay Mac-Donald
Stanley Baldwin
A history of housing
1918 -2012

A history of housing
1918 -2012

346,000
71,700
293,110
85,380
1951: Labour pledge 200k new homes per year in election campaign
1955: Conser-vatives pledge 300k new homes per year in election campaign
1956: Subsidies for Local authority general needs housing reduced
1932: Low interest
rates put in place
1966: Both parties pledge 500k new homes per year
149,220
352,540
1961: Subsidies for Local Authority general needs housing re-introduced
1967: Sterling crisis - public confidence falls
1971:Homeowners equal in number to renters for 1st time
294,680
123,850
1976: Sterling crisis and IMF bailout conditional on cuts
1936/37
1948
1954
1968
1971
1981: Right to Buy introduced
1988: Deregulation of private renting
Public sector homes built
Private sector homes built
Total homes built
202,930
Public sector homes built
26,910
176,020
1988
1986: Building Societies allowed to own and invest in housing
1982: Housing benefit system established
Total homes built
1990: Repossessions start to take off
Public sector homes built
Total homes built
163,900
27,840
1990
1992: Housing market rescue package
Private sector homes built
136,060
170,820
Private sector homes built
2004: Barker Review highlights affordability problem
2007: Homes for the Future plan increases target to 240,000 homes by 2016
176,650
22,430
2008: Credit Crunch
Public sector homes built
(2012) 26,770
Private sector homes built
(2012) 88,570
Total homes built (2012)
115,340
2001: Starter Home Initiative for key workers launched
2010: Coalition cuts capital spending; introduces planning reforms and affordable rent policy
Ramsay MacDonald
Stanley Baldwin
Neville Chamberlain
Winston Churchill
Clement Attlee
Winston Churchill
Anthony Eden
Harold Macmillan
Alec Douglas-Home
Harold Wilson
Edward Heath
Harold Wilson
James Callaghan
Margaret Thatcher
John Major
Tony Blair
Gordon Brown
David Cameron
Social Market Foundation, 2013
A history of housing 1918 -2012
Social Market Foundation, 2013
1919: Homes for Heroes Addison Act
Public sector homes built
Total homes built (England + Wales)
1939: World War II breaks out
Total homes built (England)
Public sector homes built
Total homes built
Public sector homes built
Private sector homes built
Total homes built
Public sector homes built
Total homes built
Prezi created by Leonora Merry

Timeline based on analysis by Nigel Keohane and Nida Broughton in 'The Politics of Housing' a report commissioned by the National Housing Federation

2009: Government brings forward
social housing investment to stimulate economy
Large scale destruction and damage of homes during WWII
1946: Increased subsidies for councils to build more general needs housing
1948: Town and Country Planning Act
163,220
Public sector homes built
30,370
1931-1945
National Government
Public sector
homes built
104,000
1929: Wall Street Crash
1930: Local authorities required to draw up slum clearance plans
238,800
Total homes built (England and Wales)
1927/28
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