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The Government's affordable rural housing target is 3,233 homes a year nationwide - less than half the level recommended by the Affordable Rural Housing Commission, which called for 7,266 affordable homes per year.
Elinor Goodman, chair of the Westminster government's Affordable Rural Housing Commission looking at the problem in England, has warned: "If we don't act now, more and more people will be priced out of the countryside, leaving rural communities to increasingly become dormitories for the better off and places where people go to retire or for the weekend.
Turning to the work of the Affordable Rural Housing Commission, Dr Burgess said that while there was general support for its analysis of the situation in rural areas and recommendations for action, the crucial point was what has happened since.
At a conference marking one year since Elinor Goodman's landmark Affordable Rural Housing Commission (ARHC) report, NHF stated that not enough progress had been made on the issue.
The National Housing Federation and the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) - two organisations usually seen on opposite sides of the debate - will highlight concerns over the lack of action since the publication of the Affordable Rural Housing Commission (ARHC) report last year.
The Affordable Rural Housing Commission said last May that an "impact tax" should be levied on holiday homes in tourist honeypots.
The Affordable Rural Housing Commission last month said tax increases could help solve the housing crisis that is gripping rural areas.
The Affordable Rural Housing Commission, chaired by former Channel 4 Political Editor Elinor Goodman, called for a minimum of 11,000 affordable houses to be built each year in market towns and villages.