"HSB: Five proposals so we do not have four lost years for young homeless people."
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"the DEBATE. If not Stefan Löfvens government creates a new social housing policy, we get for the first time a ungdomsgeneration that has irreversibly get a worse housing situation than their parents. So we can't have it.nnFör two years ago it was difficult to get a hold of people when you planned to build new homes. Every crane was booked, from Malmö to Malmberget. But the past year housing construction has slowed sharply. Very unfortunately indicate that the construction boom mostly due to the strength of the economy, rather than politics. If nothing is done, construction will soon be cut in half. It is in a location where hundreds of thousands of young adults do not have their own home, many older people would have a better accommodation and family immigration increases. Soon the only remains of social housing, a solution that no politician wants."
"Stefan Löfven, described in regeringsförklaringen that rarely does one feel so free as when you put the key in the door to his first apartment. It is easy to agree with. But in januariöverenskommelsen was only the housing that was of a more symbolic nature. A careful flyttskattsförändring and market rents in new construction does not give young people any sense of freedom. Stefan Löfvens plan to solve the housing crisis is difficult to see."
"the Voters are not impressive by the government. Confidence in the ability of the government to solve the housing crisis have fallen since the last election. Today, according to a recent Sifo survey, only 16 per cent that the new government can ease the housing shortage. When the HSB sounded Sifo ask the same question after the 2014 elections answered twice as many yes on the same question. The electorate seems to have lost hope on housing policy. "
"But voters want to see reform that makes it possible for more people to buy their own home. Just over four out of ten agree that the new government should give priority to reviewing the average and requirements. Only 23% disagree with this. And 44 per cent want the government to review the so-called flyttskatten to increase mobility on the housing market. 12% do not think it is a matter of priority."
"The new minister for housing Per Bolund gave in the last parliament the green light to the Swedish financial supervisory authority to introduce duplicate requirements. Even if we of course should have a sound sparandekultur have the tough kreditrestriktionerna unfortunately been devastating for the young people the opportunity to seek housing. But now Bolund opportunity to take a holistic approach to the housing issue so that we get off on the construction again. "
"Here are five suggestions to ensure that we don't have four lost years for young people who lack housing. "
"Anders Lago, chair HSB"
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