The future is bright for high-rise apartments, according to the chief executive of the National Living Wage Alliance.
In a speech to the annual conference of the Association of Builders and Builders Employees, John Ruddy said the rise in the number of units in high-rises and other high-end residential projects was an opportunity for developers to build new, sustainable, high-quality housing that would be more affordable.
“High rise apartments and developments are the future of our cities,” he said.
Mr Ruddy, the CEO of the ABL, said that while the government was committed to building affordable housing, it would not be able to do so overnight. “
But this is also the right time to invest in the future, and the next step in that evolution is to build more affordable housing in high rise buildings.”
Mr Ruddy, the CEO of the ABL, said that while the government was committed to building affordable housing, it would not be able to do so overnight.
“In the long run, we have to make it affordable for people to stay in these high rise communities,” he told the conference.
“But the challenge we face is we have built so much housing over the last 20 years, it has just got out of control.”
Mr Hatton, from the University of Melbourne, said it would be very difficult for the government to build enough affordable housing without a major rethink in how it was building.
“I would like to see a complete rethink in the way that the government is building new houses, particularly the high-density housing,” he explained.
“It has a huge economic impact and it’s also a very high density and high risk place to live.”
If we are to meet the demands of the future housing market, we need to be very careful not to do too much in the short term.”‘
There is no shortage of people’A report released this month by the Office for National Statistics found that the number, or the proportion, of households in high rises grew by a record 6.5 per cent from March to April this year, with a record 19,000 households.
The latest census data also showed that the median household income in England grew by 3.7 per cent over the same period.
Mr Hinton said that it would take a “complete rethink” of the way the government builds housing to be successful.
He said that the current system was not sustainable.
A spokesman for the Office of National Statistics said: “The most recent census showed that a record 20,000 new households were built last year, which was a significant increase on the 15,000 built in 2015.
It is a fact that there is no surplus of housing in England and that housing in particular is expensive.
This has led to a record rise in housing prices.
“It’s important to note, however, that this data does not account for changes in supply or demand as well as changes in demand, such as people moving out of the UK.
Mr Hatson said that many people would have been “too busy” to move into the UK because of the economic uncertainty.
That is why there is a need to build an extra supply of housing, he added.