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ARCH’s submission to the Labour Party's independent review of housing policy argues councils should be encouraged and enabled to build up to 30-40,000 homes a year, alongside expanded investment by housing associations.
ARCH argues that councils' rent policies are primarily a local matter, in reply to the DCLG's 'pay to stay' consultation.
ARCH calls for an extension of the proposed re-use period for RTB receipts to at least three years in its response to the DCLG consultation paper.
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