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Housing has been one of the most talked about components of the British economy, and the make-up of the sector has been completely shaken up over the past two years; the owner occupation and social rented sectors have shrunk in proportion, with the Private Rented Sector having grown in total households by some 13.90% to 4.377m households (EHS 2011-12 and EHS 2013-2014).

This, the 5th edition of the Rent Check, completes two years of rental data, as gathered by the Landlords Panel. The report considers:

  • The Outlook for the UK Housing Market in the Next Five Years
  • Can Buy-to-Let Investors Meet the Demand?
  • Outlook for the PRS in the Next Five Years
  • A Blue Majority Government – What Does this Mean for the PRS?
  • New Homes
  • Supporting Home-Ownership
  • The PRS?
  • The Verdict?

Click here to read the report

Notes to editor

The Rent Check is a collaboration of expertise from BDRC Continental – the UK’s largest independent market research consultancy – and Allsop LLP – one of the leading property consultancy firms and advisors on the residential property market.


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Anna Jones, Residential Marketing and PR Manager at Allsop on 0207 543 6728 or