Filling the £25bn gap in UK supported housing

Thousands of homes needed

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The need for increased provision of supported housing in the UK has never been greater.

Not only is the sector plagued by a chronic undersupply of fit-for-purpose homes, the number of vulnerable people that rely on supported housing is forecast to increase dramatically over the coming years. Although this poses a compelling opportunity for investors, this subset of the property sector is particularly nuanced. There are multiple stakeholders involved in the delivery of supported housing, including central government, housing associations, care providers and landlords. For investors interested in providing a solution to this worsening problem, a total addressable market of...

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