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Going underground: number of Britons digging basements soars

Published on Wednesday 23rd of August 2017 05:01:05 AM in Guardian

Britain has seen a 183% increase in planning applications for basement extensions, as homeowners barred from climbing the housing ladder by high prices decide to burrow down instead.The number of loft conversions has also risen dramatically, according to mortgage lender Halifax, in a bid to circumvent ...

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