generation trapped

Colchester’s “Generation Trapped” and the £8.21bn Legacy

This week I’m going to look at Colchester’s “Generation Trapped” which follows on from last week’s post about the issues facing Colchester’s “Generation Rent”. Attitudes to renting have certainly changed over the last twenty years and, as my analysis suggested, it’s likely to be a permanent change. Although a minority of Generation Rent do feel … Read more