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Budget 2018: Cash injection to unlock housing across England

Words: Laura Edgar
Small housing development / iStock: 172246561

Chancellor Philip Hammond increases the Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) by £500 million to £5.5 billion as he announces a raft of measures to improve the housing market.

The extra cash comes from the National Productivity Investment Fund (NPIF) and aims to unlock a further 650,000 homes.

Delivering the 2018 Budget a couple of weeks earlier than usual due to Brexit negotiations, Hammond repeatedly said this budget is one for the hardworking British people. He wants an economy that works for more than the few and even more than the many. He wants it to.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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