Immigration causes shortage of homes
Higher-than-expected numbers of EU immigrants and more people living alone will make the shortage of new homes in England worse over the next 20 years, according to the latest Government figures.
Figures from the Department of Communities and Local Government show 4.8 million new households are expected to form in
This is an increase of 24,000 a year on previous estimates and brings to 64,000 the annual shortfall in home completions.
The increase is mainly because of unexpectedly high immigration from the rest of
If we want to keep our green belt land and our countryside we must stop anymore immigrants from coming in until our population has stabilised. When the population is stable, only then should we be thinking about letting any in and when we do it should only be the amount that we need so there will be no hundreds of thousands of immigrants. It would be limited to a few hundred every year.