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Empty Homes MPs Survey September 2018

A survey of 150 MPs

  • Of the options tested, over a third of MPs (36%) rank bringing long-term empty homes back into use as top priority for making more homes available in the UK
  • Nearly all Labour MPs (96%) support requiring all private landlords in England to be registered as do 50% of Conservatives
  • 86% of MPs agree that Government should place a higher priority on tackling empty homes (Labour 94%, Conservatives 78%)

Date Published: 18/12/2018

Categories: Infrastructure | Policy Makers | UK

Client: Empty Homes


ComRes interviewed 150 Members of Parliament online or by self-completion paper survey between 30th August and 19th September 2018. Data were weighted by party and region to be representative of the House of Commons. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

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