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One in every 115 households across England is at risk of homelessness, new figures from Shelter have revealed.
A new poll reveals that around 1.6 million people aged between 20 and 40 are living with their parents because they cannot afford to rent or buy a home.
An investigation carried out by Shelter has found complaints about landlords to local councils have increased by 27 per cent in the last three years.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has called for a significant investment in new, affordable homes and a stamp duty holiday for first-time buyers.
The housing and homelessness charity Shelter has called for a new kind of tenancy to be introduced across the rental market in England.
Figures revealed in a YouGov survey show one in five 31-44 year olds delay starting a family due to a lack of affordable housing.
Families in the UK are among the worst off in Europe when it comes to housing costs according to findings published by the European Union.
The housing and homelessness charity Shelter has condemned Government proposals to remove housing benefit for under 25s.
Government figures show a 16 per cent increase in homelessness acceptances between January and March 2012, compared to the same quarter in 2011.
Figures released yesterday (May 10) by the Council of Mortgage Lenders reveal the rate of repossessions in the UK remains high, four years after the recession began.
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