Tyrone Homes (Labour Party) is "sick of people politicking a scaremongering about the housing figures"
He insists that building lots of new houses are absolutely necessary in order to solve the issues of affordability and availablity of housing for people in Cornwall.
He is adamant that a 'shortage' of houses is the reason that prices are so high and insists that building lots of houses is the only way to get the prices down.
This is of course a line that many of the 'concrete over Cornwall' brigade take.
Given the massive number of houses that have been built in Cornwall over the past fifty years and that we still have a worsening situation for local people, can anyone who subscribes to the 'build lots of houses to reduce the price' theory answer this simple question:
"What do you think is an affordable price for a house, how many houses
do you believe that we would need to build in order to reduce the
average price to this price and what evidence do you have to support
Any answers on the back of a postcard?