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Some thoughts on the property tax reform stand-off

Professor Chris Leishman

Professor Chris Leishman

The wariness of British politicians to residential property taxes dates back at least as far as British peoples’ infatuation with house prices and house price growth (see my blog entry last year on this very subject). This fact was firmly in my mind as I launched the publication of a new research report by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation at the House of Parliament this week. The report, entitled: “After the Council Tax: Impacts of property tax reform on people, places and house prices” was commissioned at a curious cross-roads of events and economic circumstances.

Read the full version of this blog post at New Start Magazine

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