right to buy

A spokesman for the mayor of London said: “The prime minister is wrong – plain and simple."
The scheme has been criticised as a “red meat” policy designed to shore up Boris Johnson’s leadership.
Regeneration should be first and foremost about the residents of the community who belong there; otherwise we really should ask this question in the coming mayoral election: who are these gentrification projects really for?
We need a housing bill that supports stability, recovery, progress and independence... We talk about people caught in the 'revolving door' syndrome of recovery and relapse. Having a place to call home can make all the difference in breaking that cycle for good.
Conservative MPs have raised concerns over replacing housing earmarked for low-income families under David Cameron's flagship
Homes could be bought with a significant discount by migrants that have been in the UK for just three years under the Government's
Of all the back of a fag packet wheezes that Lynton Crosby's war machine coughed up during the dog days of the general election campaign, the Tories' proposals to extend 'Right to Buy' to housing association tenants must rank as one of the most ill-considered. That is why I'm going to call on the Government to think again when we debate the Housing and Planning Bill in the House of Commons later today. Slapdash legislation; numbers that don't add up; a statist assault on independent housing trusts - from every angle this policy falls short. Add to that a disregard for some of the social impacts and it truly represents British politics at its short-term, headline-chasing worst.
The Government's flagship policy to let housing association tenants buy their homes at a reduction of up to £100,000 under
One in three councils has not replaced a single house sold through the Right to Buy scheme, official data has found. With