Just over half of Britons disagree that that more homes should be built on green belt land, even if it meant lower house prices, according to a poll.
In the survey of 2,034 British adults by ITV News and ComRes, 56% disagreed that more houses should be built on the green belt, even if it meant lower house prices.
The UK's Property Ombudsman is warning about a growing number of estate agents charging not just sellers - but also those purchasing homes.
Barratt boss says limiting mortgages would hit the young hardest while decades of under investment has pushed up the price of housing.
An ITV News poll has revealed nearly 60 percent of people in Britain believe rising house prices are bad for the country.