The respected Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has praised UKIP’s housing policy for being the “first real programme of this campaign that seeks to solve Britain’s long-term supply-side crisis”.
In their analysis of our housing policy launched as part of our manifesto earlier in the week their Head of UK Policy writes: "Taken collectively, this raft of policies appeared to be the first real programme of this campaign that seeks to solve Britain’s long-term supply-side crisis."
They also noted that UKIP is the first party to agree to the RICS Property in Politics proposals for a national brownfield map, as a premise for the building of one million brownfield homes over the next ten years.
UKIP Housing Spokesman Andrew Charalambous said: “The RICS statement is clear evidence that UKIP are winning the housing debate.
“We are the only party that has a fully costed and viable plan to provide sufficient affordable housing to meet current demand, but also to provide housing for future generations.
“I am extremely proud to be leading the only housing manifesto which will save the great British countryside."
You can read more about UKIP’s Housing policy here.