The Conservative London mayoral candidate has said he will fund 100,000 shared ownership homes, to be sold at an initial share of £100,000 each. Shaun Bailey said that if he is elected next year, he will make the homes available for first-time buyers under 40, who will be able to pay a deposit of just
Young Londoners will be able to buy new homes for £100,000 in the capital with a deposit of just £5,000 if Tory mayor candidate Shaun Bailey is elected next year. Bailey will announce tomorrow that if victorious in the May poll that he will build 100,000 “Millennial homes” that can only be bought by young
For too many Londoners, buying a home seems like a distant dream. That needs to change. Right now, there’s a ban on using Strategic Industrial Land for housebuilding. I’ll end that ban and release land the Mayor isn’t using. I’ll also work with developers to get them building affordable homes.