More House Construction Needed in the UK
As the Second World War came to an end, it became clear where domestic policies must prioritise, notably in providing new homes.
For the duration of the war, house construction had all but stopped, and bombing had left a sizeable proportion of urban housing damaged or destroyed.
In addition, much Victorian housing was considered inadequate, unsanitary and overcrowded and consequently tagged for slum clearance.
Regardless of material shortages, building houses began again in Continue reading House Construction Needed