Issue of guidance by the Corporation.

Part of Orders of the Day — Housing Bill – in the House of Commons at 9:45 pm on 27th June 1988.

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Photo of Mr Clive Soley Mr Clive Soley , Hammersmith 9:45 pm, 27th June 1988

There is no reason why housing associations should want to take that on. The Government have managed to divide the housing association movement, and that is another crisis.

This is an appalling way of legislating, and an insult to the procedures of the House. It will accelerate the decline in the supply of low-cost rented accommodation in this country. As long as that decline continues, there will be an increasing crisis in house-price inflation affecting those who seek to buy.

We strongly object to the new clause. It is ill thought out and ill conceived. It is at best irrelevant to the housing crisis, and, at worst, will make it dramatically worse.