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Barker Review of Housing Supply - Final Report - Recommendations

17 March 2004

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Delivering stability: securing our future housing needs

Building on analysis presented in the Interim Report, Kate Barker presents choices for Government depending on its objectives for housing.

The Barker Review’s final report sets out a range of policy recommendations for improving the functioning of the housing market:

Final report of 'Delivering stability: securing our future housing needs'

The Barker Review is available below in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF). If you do not have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer you can download the software free of charge from the Adobe website.  For alternative ways to read PDF documents and further information on website accessibility visit the HM Treasury accessibility page.

Government´s response to the Barker review of housing supply (PBR 2005)

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PDF file of Housing Policy: an overview 18/07/05
A joint HM Treasury & ODPM policy document providing an overview of the Government's wide-ranging programme of policy measures to extend the opportunities for people to have a home that meets their aspirations. Published alongside a package of planning reform measures announced by ODPM.
Related link - Office of the Deputy Prime Minister website

Extending home ownership (PDF)
Pamphlet released by the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Deputy Prime Minister setting out details of the Government's approach to extend the opportunities available to people to meet their aspirations and have a decent home at a price they can afford.

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