The head of the IMF has called for the Government to put in place more measures to boost housebuilding.
Speaking at the Treasury this morning as the IMF gives its yearly assessment of the British economy, Christine Lagarde said:
"Addressing imbalances in the housing market...will require further measures to increase the availability of land for development and to remove unnecessary constraints to land use.
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