BBC Farming Today: Survey Reveals Key Workers Can’t Afford Most Privately Rented Accommodation In The Countryside

A CPRE survey reveals that key workers – from care workers to farm workers – can’t afford most privately rented accommodation in the countryside. Charlotte Smith hears from a mental health support worker who faced living in a damp and expensive property, and Crispin Truman from the organisation which carried out the survey, the CPRE, explains what needs to change.

Hear first hand what the lack of key worker housing means & listen to case studies from English Rural residents on BBC Radio 4: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000kmsv (at 06:40 in)

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