The G15 has put in a submission to the Comprehensive Spending Review 2020
- 02 October 2020
The G15 has put in a submission to the Comprehensive Spending Review 2020.
In summary we are calling on Government to do four things:
- Release leaseholders trapped in buildings with potential safety issues by capping individual liability through a government indemnity, and other measures to address building safety;
- Match our ambitions for growth by enabling the delivery of a simple and certain affordable homes programme;
- Prepare for a low-carbon future and mitigate the climate emergency by supporting the environmental retrofit of social homes; and
- Support the levelling-up of deprived communities across the country through targeted investment and policy to address the factors holding back their growth.
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