- Britain will need to accommodate 243,000 new households each year
- Net migration accounts for an estimated 45 per cent of this growth
- 109,000 extra homes will be needed every year by migrants and their families
Almost half of new homes built in the next five years will go to migrants, government figures have revealed.
Soaring immigration means that Britain will need to accommodate as many as 243,000 new households each year for the next 22 years, the Department for Communities and Local Government has said.
It is been estimated that an extra 5.3 million new properties could be needed to meet the growth in population, and an extra 2.4 million of the new homes will be needed for migrants alone.
This means that one new home needs to be built every five minutes to house Britain’s burgeoning migrant population.…
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