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Neal is an associate director in the Savills residential research department. He has been a housing market analyst for over nine years and can be found on twitter @resi_analyst. His job involves providing commentary on the market and consultancy advice to a range of clients on residential, student and retirement housing developments ranging in size from 25 homes to over 10,000 and from prime developments in central London to housing estates in the north of England. He spent the summer of 2014 on secondment to Legal and General where he worked on the Lyons Housing Review.

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Back to basics 2: In what tenure?
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Back to basics 2: In what tenure?

The English Housing Survey (EHS) is the best annual source for households by tenure but the latest headline report generated considerable debate when it showed a halt in the decline of homeownership.

Housing Transaction Chains
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Housing Transaction Chains

Can supply that is heavily weighted to higher value new build homes open up the supply of other existing more affordable homes by increasing mobility through the housing market?

The value of land
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The value of land

Many of the issues limiting the rate of new home building can be traced back to the pricing and availability of land for residential development.

APPROACHING PEAK LONELINESS?
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APPROACHING PEAK LONELINESS?

It is essential for us to gain a greater understanding of the motivations for why one person households form and what has been preventing them from doing so.

Rental Britains
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Rental Britains

The growth of the private rented sector has been a defining feature of the housing market since the early 2000s.

Magnetic London
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Magnetic London

By failing to offer the quantity and type of housing needed at an affordable price, large numbers of London’s workers commute from outside the region to work.

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