Communities Secretary Sajid Javid unveils new scheme to fix Britain's 'broken housing market'

VOICED: Shows exterior shots workmen on building sight of new housing development under construction in Manchester. Exterior shots UK Secretary For Communities And Local Government Sajid Javid MP looking round construction site and interview soundbite speaking on building affordable new homes for the young. Interview with One Manchester Housing Association spokesman Dave Power speaking on stability for renters offered by housing associations. Interview with National Housing Federation spokesman David Orr speaking on need for new homes to be built. Interior shots renter looking for homes to rent and interview with Kate Lagan speaking on difficulty of finding affordable housing. The Government is promising to fix Britain's 'broken housing market' as it unveils plans to build thousands of new homes. In a white paper which will be released today, ministers will announce lifetime ISAs to help first time buyers and a new 3 billion pound fund to help small firms build more houses. The Government's says it aims to build more than 25,000 new homes by 2020 on February 07, 2017 in Manchester, England.

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Clip #: 641269570HD
Collection: Sky News
Date created: 07 February, 2017
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Location: Manchester, England, United Kingdom
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