Old Jun 22, 19, 7:02 am
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Originally Posted by skiaplg View Post
It's also not something everyone has the luxury of - peoples' parents may no longer have spare bedrooms, have passed, gotten kicked out, etc. Sounds like Jersey needs to deal with house prices or salaries, not have the standard be multi-generational living.
I didn’t say it was ‘standard’, but it’s quite common. Staying somewhat OT, we have a constantly growing population and a significant housing shortage. Indeed, today’s local paper headline says “106,800 people ... and still no population policy”. Does that read across to the UK scenario? Possibly ‘yes’.

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