Re: Re: A return to philantropic housing…. by Tesco
This is a very live issue in the context of the key worker regime incentives that protect nurses, civil servants etc in London whereby affordable housing is not a lottery type gimmic based on quite large salaries when enforced at all.
I think Tesco being excluded like all retailers from the key worker incentives have identified that staff turnover at middle management level is costing them more in training costs and operational inefficiencies than provding subsidised accomodation for a select bunch of hot shots who will sell themselves cheaply in return for cheap housing. A 1 bed apartment here would cost Â£1,300 pcm and as oyster doesn’t apply to this area you also get fried on commuting costs.