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In this episode we discuss Hashi Mohamed`s latest book A Home of One`s Own, where we discuss his own past suffering of housing security and his reflections of the housing crisis from his professional background as a planning barrister. In the book Hashi discusses how the voice of the very people who one day might benefit from homes being built are unrepresented and how power structures involving planning seem to keep it that way. Listen to the podcast to find out how these structures stifle progress and what it ultimately means to have a home.#PricedOutPodcast Hosts:Freddie PoserChris WorrallSupport the show
On this episode of the #PricedOutPodcast we interview Tim Lund on his journey from NIMBY to YIMBY. We uncover what it is like inside some of the most NIMBY organisations out there and how someone with such an affection for the countryside can also say "Yes in My Back Yard". Don't miss out on this uniquely insightful exposé. #PricedOutPodcast Hosts:Freddie PoserChris WorrallSupport the show
This time on the #PricedOutPodcast we talk to Paul Smith, Managing Director of the Strategic Land Group about the world of land promotion - the most important development industry you've never heard of!Land promotion is an industry most of us may never have heard of but it's crucial to making sure sites get permission and new homes are delivered. In this episode Paul talks us through what the industry does, how it does it and what the Government needs to do to help solve the #HousingCrisis!#PricedOutPodcastHosts:Freddie Poser -  Director, PricedOutChris WoralSupport the show
The #PricedOutPodcast is back! This time we talk to M. Nolan Gray about his new book: Arbitrary Lines, How Zoning Broke the American CityWe cover everything from the history of zoning up to the present day and beyond. We ask where did it all go so wrong and can we do anything about it? Nolan Gray is the research director for our friends over at California YIMBY and writes brilliantly about how the seemingly-dull topic of land use regulation drives how we live and stunts the growth of our cities. This is not an interview to miss!#PricedOutPodcastHosts:Freddie Poser -  Director, PricedOutChris Worall - Editor, Red Brick BlogSupport the show
We talk to Councillor Shama Tatler, Lead Member for Regeneration & Property at Brent Council.We cover the levers councils have to build homes, councils' role in the planning system, neighbourhood plans, and the very successful regeneration scheme at Wembley Park - the largest build-to-rent scheme in the UK.#PricedOutPodcastHosts:Reuben Young, Affordable Homes Lead, PricedOutChris Worrall, editor of Redbrick blog
In this episode we talk to Zack Simons, planning barrister at Landmark Chambers, and blogger at planoraks.com, about how planning policy and local support/opposition play out in the courts, as well as discussing the green belt (a lot!).#PricedOutPodcastHosts:Reuben Young, Affordable Homes Lead, PricedOutChris Worrall, Editor of Redbrick blog
We are joined by Emily Hamilton, leading thinker in urban economics and land-use policy and Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center, George Mason University.We discuss the opportunities and pitfalls associated with zonal planning systems, the YIMBY movement in the US and the UK, gentrification, and more!#PricedOutPodcastHosts:Reuben Young, Affordable Homes Lead, PricedOutChris Worrall, Editor of Redbrick blog
In this episode we talk to Philip Barnes, Director of Land & Planning at homebuilder Barratt.We cover the developer business model, landbanking, barriers to developers building homes, and how much democratisation should be present in the planning system.#PricedOutPodcastHosts:Reuben Young, Affordable Homes Lead, PricedOutChris Worrall, Editor of Redbrick blog
The fourth and final episode of PricedOut's podcast series on how to solve the housing crisis.This week we're joined by Dr Stanimira Milcheva, associate professor in Real Estate and Infrastructure Finance at the University College London. Stani's recent research has looked at how government can deliver more affordable homes with the same level of investmentWe talk about housing affordability and the different levers government can pull to deliver more affordable homes.#PricedOutPodcastHosts: Chris Worrall, Editor of Red Brick BlogAnya Martin, Head of Policy at PricedOutEditor:Reuben Young, Director of PricedOut
The third episode of PricedOut's four-part podcast series on how to solve the housing crisis.This week we're joined by Christine Whitehead, Emeritus Professor of Housing Economics and Deputy Director at LSE London. Christine is an internationally renowned economist and has recently published her book "Understanding Affordability: The Economics of Housing Markets" with Professor Geoffrey Meen. We talk about what housing affordability means, the myth that there is no housing shortage, and how we should understand the role of supply and demand in housing costs, amongst other things!#PricedOutPodcastHosts: Reuben Young, Director of PricedOutChris Worrall, Editor of Red Brick BlogEditor:Anya Martin, Head of Policy at PricedOut
The second episode of PricedOut's four-part podcast series on how to solve the housing crisis.This week we're joined by Alicia Kennedy, director of Generation Rent and peer in the House of Lords. We talk about experiences in the rental market, professionalising the sector, deposits, landlord licensing, and whether there are too many landlords!#PricedOutPodcastHosts: Reuben Young, Director of PricedOutAnya Martin, Head of Policy at PricedOutEditor:Chris Worrall, Editor of Red Brick Blog
PricedOut launches its four-part series on how to solve the housing crisis. The first episode features special guest Lord Bob Kerslake, former head of the civil service, discussing government's controversial new reforms for the planning system. #PricedOutPodcastHosts: Reuben Young, Director of PricedOutAnya Martin, Head of Policy at PricedOutChris Worrall, Editor of Red Brick Blog
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