Housebuilders feel abandoned: Support is nowhere to be found.

Housebuilders feel abandoned: Support is nowhere to be found.

A notice regarding planning was received this week, specifically for the nearby hospital site. Although not a full-scale complex with all services provided by the NHS, it was once used as an isolation hospital and still occupies a significant amount of land in suburban southwest London. The proposed plans involve building 106 flats and three houses but do not specify how many of them would be allocated for social housing or deemed as affordable. It is concerning that there may be more upscale flats added to the area, each likely to come with one or more cars that would contribute to our overburdened roads. This may result in greater pressure being placed on sewage and household refuse systems and more light and noise pollution. Additionally, it raises the question of where the children of the residents will go to school.

Jack Wilson is an experienced finance writer and analyst with a deep understanding of the global economy, stock market, and personal finance. He holds an MBA in Finance and has worked in the industry for over 12 years. Jack's insights and commentary have been featured in various financial publications. In his spare time, he enjoys investing and following the latest market trends.

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