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Consultation responses

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Lyons Housing Review

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.

DCLG Consultation: High‐income Social Tenants - 'Pay to Stay'

ARCH argues that councils' rent policies are primarily a local matter, in reply to the DCLG's 'pay to stay' consultation.

Retention and use of additional capital receipts arising from the Right to Buy

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.