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Lloyd & Macfarlane - Fair & affordable housing by 2027

In a rare double act, Toby Lloyd (of Shelter) and Laurie Macfarlane (ex-NEF) will present their vision of how we can make Britain's housing market work fairly in 2027, so it delivers affordable housing for all. Experts on housing and land (and the connections between the two), they'll examine how fixing a broken land economy is the key to addressing so many of the key challenges facing modern economies: mounting inequality, financial instability, housing insecurity, intergenerational conflict and stagnating productivity.
When May 10, 2018
from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Anglia Ruskin University, Lecture Theatre LAB002 East Road Cambridge CB1 1PT
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