Small is beautiful, housing ministers have been saying this year. Not small houses, or diminutive citizens, but instead small and medium size builders.
It’s a sector that was heavily battered by the consequences of the financial crisis post-2008 and largely overlooked as the government gunned for high-density, big builders with the ability to ramp up construction to achieve the 300,000 homes a year hoped for by the mid-2020s.
But in its rush to press every button on the housing console, th...
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