It is largely accepted that the government has needed to accelerate the release of brownfield sites. This, it would seem, has not fallen on deaf ears.  

Additionally, they have made (albeit a slight) conscious decision to appeal to a wider demographic of clientele when a new housing development goes to market.  Scarily, however, they have been advised to decrease sizes of rooms to satisfy the cost of land, materials and labour.  Can and should new plots get even smaller?

Importantly, what the below alludes to is the governments commitment to using prefabricated techniques to drive down construction time, thus driving down costs.  

Okay, the industry may have been screaming for these changes but at least the government is listening.