Five year plan to tackle Boston housing problem


A five year plan aimed at tackling Boston's future housing needs has been outlined to help cope with the growing population needs of the town.Boston Borough Council is looking to adapt and improve existing homes, as well as using unused rooms in properties which already have people living in them. The council also plans to make better use of accommodation already available.It comes a ahead of an announcement that's expected tomorrow, after a four month inquiry into the effects of population increase in the town following an influx of migrant workers from Eastern Europe.