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The UK’s coastal ‘ghost enclaves’ are the result of government failure on low-use homes

By Rowland Atkinson, Professor and Research Chair in Inclusive Societies, University of Sheffield
Jonathan Bourne, Honorary Research Fellow, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, UCL
Rafaella Simas Lima, Postdoctoral Research Associate in Urban Studies and Planning, University of Sheffield
The UK has long been in the middle of a housing crisis. And yet, across the country, the number of low-use homes is growing.

Housing experts like ourselves use the term “low-use” to refer both to unoccupied properties and to infrequently used second homes.

Data from the 2021…The Conversation

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