David Kingman reports on the launch of IF’s Intergenerational Fairness Index, which assesses how intergenerational unfairness has worsened in the UK during the last 20 years
Claire Lamont describes the woes of renting accommodation in London when landlords have the whip hand in an ever tighter property market
David Kingman examines why so many people in their 20s and 30s are stuck living at home with their parents
David Kingman explains how retirement villages could help young people get on the property ladder
Liz Emerson shows the appeal of “intergenerational living” as a solution to the housing crisis
Youth worker Melissa Jane Knight gives an impassioned account of the dire prospects facing her generation. And she is one of “lucky ones” who stuck with education. The key to more equitable solutions lies in better targeted government policy.
Heather Wetzel, Vice Chair of the Labour Land Campaign, responds to the recent IF housing report, and makes the case for a land value tax
David Kingman explores whether people find it harder to grow up today than they used to
David Kingman explores the interaction between poor returns on private pensions and intergenerational unfairness in the housing market
Angus Hanton asks if the baby boomers owe their success more to fortune than design – and if their prosperity has created an intergenerational deficit.