Dagens Industri reported on Monday that the government’s housing policy flagship – investment aid – has failed to produce a single, affordable rented property in Stockholm. Over 80 per cent of the apartments built with the investment aid are outside Sweden’s ten largest municipalities.
Green Housing Minister Peter Eriksson does not find that there is any cause to question the subsidy – he blames the lack of affordable housing in Stockholm on the construction companies which, he says, are only interested in building expensive properties in the capital
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