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    It is built is a huge demand for more apartments, to the United Kingdom.

    and the growing number of Young People with their parents

    life, However, where all the new houses should go, is a source of much debate.

    to be built How many houses?

    There are 247,000 more houses built in England and Wales each year than are demolished.

    This is less than that, but a large increase from a low level of around 130,000 dwellings in 2012-13.

    cities expand?

    most of The new houses were built, in cities and large Towns - About 803,000 were created in these places between 2011 and 2019.

    And while 734,000 of these were built in The Suburbs , approximately 69,000 are in the city centres, an increase of 16% in The Past eight years. This compares with an overall increase of 6% for England and Wales .

    New houses in England and Wales

    Net new dwellings (gain between houses built and torn down)

    source: centre for cities on the basis of the Ministry for housing, communities & Local-Government-data -

    to build, But has increased Elsewhere . Since 2011, 735,000 houses were built away from the main centres, although More Than three-quarters of them are in commutable distance from a city or large town.

    places such as Corby, halfway between Peterborough, Northampton and Leicester, and Uttlesford, The Local authority, in the vicinity of Cambridge, Stansted Airport , contains a large builders were.

    Which cities The Most of the new houses?

    London has, not surprisingly, most of the houses built, with 307,000 since 2011. This is the equivalent of two additional cities, of the size of Sunderland or Bristol. Tower Hamlets has the largest contribution to this total, with 23,600.

    But on a percentage basis, the Cambridge, the largest growth has been seen. It has increased The Number of houses to 15%, or More Than 7,000 It's Telford (12%, 8,400), Milton Keynes (11%, with 11,700) and Peterborough (10% of 7,500) was followed.

    The data for England and Wales is based on the new houses with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).

    This data is not available for Scotland or Northern Ireland . But other data show, Edinburgh and the surrounding authorities of Midlothian and East Lothian, the majority of the house have seen-buildings in Scotland,

    And Belfast 10,500 houses it has built since at least 2011, which is about a quarter of the total increase in houses in the North of Ireland.

    How big are the new homes?

    The average new home was ft 92 sq m (990 sq), compared with 89 sq. m. for an existing house (just larger than a badminton court).

    But this varies across the country.

    New houses in the inner-cities were the smallest, the one on 64 sq m (just bigger than a squash court). Outside the Towns , they have 101 sqm, amounted to an average of.

    And the average size of a new home was greater in the North of England than The South .

    Among the major cities, and Blackpool are the largest of houses built, in the case of 101 sq m, while Luton built, the smallest, with 62 sqm.

    Download the full BBC Briefing on the case. Part of a mini-series of downloadable guides to the major topics in the news, it has the Expertise of scientists, researchers, and journalists, and at the end there is a useful terminology.

    houses Are, where they are needed?

    Towns in the vicinity of and including London, are generally the least affordable places To Live .

    For Example , the average house was about 17 times the average salaries in Oxford in 2019, compared with four times the salaries in Burnley.

    However, Oxford and Burnley have built a similar number of new apartments since 2011 - to a total of 2,400, compared with 2,100.

    cities such as Oxford and Brighton are desirable places To Live because of their successful economies, which offer access to a large number of well-paid jobs.

    If it does not get more and more difficult for first-time buyers onto the housing ladder in these cities, or for tenants who do not see more and more of their paychecks disappear to rent, then more apartments will be needed to cover the demand.


    - But also Elsewhere - in Burnley, Hull and Barnsley, for Example - increase in The Number of new homes is not always The Answer to grow The Local economy. Instead, the creation of more jobs, the first can be The Solution .

    And there might be alternatives to the construction of new houses, such as the filling of empty houses and the provision of a wider range of better quality properties.

    But by the introduction of more employment opportunities in different parts of the country.

    And when that happens, the demand for new homes to grow in these areas, not only in the least affordable cities.

    The Number of new dwellings and the percentage growth in England and Wales (2011-19)

    it was About this piece of

    The analysis piece.

    Paul Swinney is the head of research and policy, and Anthony violation, an analyst at the centre for cities describes itself, understood as the working time is, in the British cities.

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