Housing crisis - developers blamed for lack of new builds

We're often told there's a housing crisis in the South East. But is it really true? And if so, who's to blame?

Now, conservationists have accused housebuilders of 'landbanking': holding on to land for years to increase its value and boost their profits.

But developers say it's the complex system of planning permission that's the problem. Malcolm Shaw has been listening to both sides of the story.