Housing ombudsman in England calls to re-establish link between housing and health

About 4 million households live in social housing in England, but 380,000 households are in homes classed as “non decent” by the government. About 88,000 households are believed by the regulator of social housing to be living with serious damp and mould problems, which can, at worst, cause serious illness and death.

The housing ombudsman in England is calling for an independent royal commission “to reimagine the future of social housing” and re-establish the link between housing and health.

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