28 Nov 2019
BPF calls for new partnership with government to help tackle country’s key challenges
28 November 2019, London: Ahead of the UK General Election, the British Property Federation (BPF) has today published its 2019 Manifesto, setting out proposals that will drive investment into the UK property sector and help to address some of the country’s key challenges.
The BPF is seeking a new partnership with the next government so that the property industry can maximise its impact in underpinning a successful and productive economy; supporting communities; nurturing a diverse workforce; and unlocking sustainable, inclusive growth across the country.
Melanie Leech CBE, Chief Executive of the British Property Federation, said:
“We welcome the commitment from all the main parties to tackle the key challenges facing our country including safeguarding the environment, ensuring access to good quality housing and the infrastructure to support a modern productive economy and thriving communities. As a nation, we can only solve these issues through effective collaboration and partnerships across all stakeholders, in both the public and private sectors.
“Therefore, we are seeking a new partnership with the next government, recognising the role of the property industry in underpinning a successful and productive economy, as well as unlocking sustainable and inclusive growth across the country.”
“Our manifesto contains a broad spectrum of proposals that would help to provide a solid platform on which we can continue to create strong, successful and sustainable communities.”
Key Policy Proposals
Key proposals put forward by the BPF include:
Deliver more homes and better places by –
Nurture and retain talent by –
Support and transform our nation’s town centres though –
Achieve net zero carbon by –
And, spread prosperity throughout our regions by –