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80 per cent agree UK has a housing crisis 13 February 2013 By four to one the public think that there is a housing crisis in Britain according to an Ipsos MORI poll published in the Evening Standard yesterday. 80 per cent agree UK has a housing crisis
Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker 1 January 2013 According to the latest Halifax Housing Market Confidence tracker, more people expect house prices to rise than fall over the coming twelve months. Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker
Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker 27 October 2012 Public continues to expect house prices and private rents to increase in the next 12 months according to the October Housing Market Consumer Confidence survey by Ipsos MORI for the Halifax. Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker
Three-quarters sense housing crisis in Britain 5 December 2011 A new Ipsos MORI survey for Channel 4 has found that three-quarters of the public (76%) agree with the suggestion that there is a housing crisis in Britain. Three-quarters sense housing crisis in Britain
Ipsos MORI housing survey shows support for Housing Minister proposals on social housing. 6 June 2008 Nearly three-quarters of people we spoke to (73%) agree with Housing Minister, Caroline Flint's, proposals that unemployed tenants who are able to work and live in social housing should risk losing their home if they are not prepared to take up opportunities for support and advice in seeking work (73%). Ipsos MORI housing survey shows support for Housing Minister proposals on social housing.
Survey Of Empty Homes In The East Of England 16 January 2006 The Regional Housing Strategy 2005-2010 published in June 2005 sets out that the East of England requires 24,000 homes to be provided annually in the region with some 11,000 needing to be affordable. Survey Of Empty Homes In The East Of England
New Home Owners Survey 2003 3 February 2004 The 2003 National Customer Satisfaction Survey is the third survey conducted among owners of newly built homes; previous surveys were conducted in 2001 and 2000. New Home Owners Survey 2003
Reckless Optimism Leaves Brits On The High Wire 3 April 2001 Survey exploring people's views on saving, debt and living standards. Reckless Optimism Leaves Brits On The High Wire
Mortgage Equity Withdrawal And Consumption 9 March 2001 This article uses evidence from a recent consumer survey carried out by MORI for the Bank of England and the Council of Mortgage Lenders as the basis of a discussion of the motivation for, and the effects of, mortgage equity withdrawal. Mortgage Equity Withdrawal And Consumption
New Home Owners Survey 2001 28 February 2001 The 2001 National Customer Satisfaction Survey is the second survey conducted among owners of newly built homes; the first was conducted in 2000. New Home Owners Survey 2001
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