"ALTHOUGH residents are trying to oppose new house building at every turn, Shelter is calling on the government to build even more homes," reported the Worthing Guardian on September 9.
It reported that the charity wants the government to "urgently commit to building an extra 12,000 new social rented homes at an additional cost of £224 million a year."
Of course, it can only be a coincidence that, according to its own website, Shelter’s "corporate support" involves partnerships with the likes of Grainger Trust Plc "the UK’s largest residential property investor" and big developer Crest Nicholson, which declares: "
Just as Shelter is committed to helping people in need find somewhere they can call home, Crest Nicholson is committed to building homes for all."
excerpt from an article elsewhere