We interviewed spokespeople from the five main UK political parties about the housing crisis and how they plan to help renters.
The result is five videos on key housing issues, chosen by SpareRoom users, plus five short interviews with each party.
Here’s what they said…
Jekabs is 28 and lives in Streatham. He asks the parties what they plan to do about letting agents’ fees. Join the debate ... Read more.
Nathan is 24 and lives in Lichfield. He wants to know what the parties intend to do to control rents. Join the debate on ... Read more.
Jamie, 24 and from Barnes, asks how the parties plan to help people get onto the housing ladder. Join the debate on Twitter ... Read more.
Hayley, 27 and from Cardiff, asks the parties about conditions in rented properties. Join the debate on Twitter via ... Read more.
Hannah, who is 24 and lives in London, wants to know how each party plans to increase the supply of affordable housing. Join ... Read more.
Andrew Charalambous tells SpareRoom’s Matt Hutchinson why current housing policy is wrong and what UKIP would do to ... Read more.
Tom Chance talks to SpareRoom’s Matt Hutchinson about the UK’s broken housing market and what makes Green Party ... Read more.
Tim Farron tells SpareRoom’s Matt Hutchinson how the Liberal Democrats plan to build 300,000 houses a year and why ... Read more.
Emma Reynolds tells SpareRoom’s Matt Hutchinson why housing is a worry for many generations in the UK and what the ... Read more.
Conservative MP Bob Neill talks to SpareRoom’s Matt Hutchinson about Conservative housing policy, why we need to be ... Read more.