Survey of 150 MPs on behalf of the BPF on their attitudes towards ‘Build to rent’ and housing supply
A new BPF poll of MPs conducted by ComRes highlights the support for ‘Build to rent’ and its wider contribution to the UK’s housing supply.
The survey found that:
- There is support in the House for the ‘Build to rent’ sector and its contribution to housing supply. A majority of MPs (81%) voice their support, while only one in seven (14%) say they oppose.
- Around three in five MPs (62%) say they expect ‘Build to rent’ to make a higher contribution to housing supply over the next five years than it does so currently.
Date Published: 08/03/2016
Categories: Economy | Infrastructure | Policy Makers | Politics | UK
Client: British Property Federation (BPF)
ComRes surveyed 150 MPs online and paper self-completion between 13th January – 23rd February 2016. Data have been weighted by party and region to be representative of the House of Commons.