The challenges facing young people wanting to get on the housing ladder are well known and widely debated.
Housing interventions by successive governments have increased in pace and scope over recent years, but we still seem to be only scratching the surface of the affordability issue.
The Bank of Mum and Dad – now a top 10 unofficial UK 'lender' – is already playing a positive role. How we promote and broaden its contribution in future years will be key to sustaining a healthy housing market.
This report, authored by Bob Pannell and Dick Jenkins, and commissioned by the BSA, aims to share practice and ideas that are already helping more young people get onto the housing ladder on a sustainable basis.
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