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  • 7,200 Surplus 'Spare' Bedrooms in W5
  • 7,200 Surplus 'Spare' Bedrooms in W5

  • 01 April 2016
  • Is this the cause of the housing crisis in Ealing? 

    That isn’t a typo! Of the 20,500 households in Ealing, 7,200 of these properties have not only one but two spare bedrooms.

    It is this topic I want to talk about this month, because this could be the cure for Ealing’s housing crisis. The fundamental problem with the housing market in W5 is that historically the supply of homes has not kept pace with demand, putting upward pressure on property values, and in turn rents. This has ensured that home ownership has become an unattainable ambition for many of the twenty somethings in W5. 

    To read more, please click here to download the PDF.
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