Social rent homes in England fall by more than quarter of a million in decade

More than a quarter of a million social rent homes in England have been lost in the last decade, according to analysis of government statistics.

Between April 2013 and April 2023, the number of social housing homes owned by local authorities and housing associations in England fell by 260,464 units, according to the charity Shelter, which calculated the figures.

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