Novelist. Author of APSARAS and tales from the beautiful Saigh Valley. First person to quantify spiritual values.

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Tuesday 25 January 2011


I am pleased to see that my idea of building low cost prefab housing has been endorsed by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyers. My blog of last October highlighted the problem that mortgagers were loathe to lend on non-standard construction houses. With this problem now easing I believe this is the way forward if suitable, non agricultural, land can be found.
The point needs to be made that all the materials needed for these houses, absolutely MUST be sourced in the UK. The same message about the constructors. British jobs for British workers. No mistake. No slip up. No excuses.

We could go further. The house would be furnished with white goods, carpets etc which could be included in the mortgage IF they are manufactured in the UK, thereby further improving the economy. If it upsets the EU then all the better.

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