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Don’t ditch the LISA – it could be a great addition to the benefits package!

The Treasury Committee has called upon the Government to abolish the Lifetime ISA (LISA) stating that it has received strong criticism over its ‘complexity, its perverse incentives, its lack of complementarity with the pensions saving landscape and its apparent lack of popularity with the industry and pension savers’.

Contributor: Jonathan Watts-Lay | Published: 15 August 2018

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‘Serious’ housing problems hit highest rate in five years

UK adults are more concerned about property prices and availability today than at any point in the last five years, latest research has revealed. A massive 83% of people believe house prices are a ‘serious’ problem, up from 77% five years ago. Meanwhile 77% of respondents say availability of housing is now a major concern, up from 69% in 2014.

Contributor: Paula Higgins | Published: 28 April 2018

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Housing market in need of an energy boost

The market needs a serious energy boost from somewhere, and the Chancellor has the opportunity to do just that next week. Housing, and specifically the issue of a broken stamp duty system, should be at the top of his Autumn Budget priority fix list.

Contributor: Alex Gosling | Published: 24 November 2017

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UK housing crisis enters a critical phase

Development in Britain’s ten fastest growing towns and cities cannot keep pace with their expanding populations, according to a new analysis by Minerva Lending PLC, a listed property bond, which provides loans used by developers to convert offices into homes.

Contributor: Ross Andrews | Published: 19 November 2017