According to data released by Admiral, Milton Keynes has the highest number of long-term vacant houses that have been empty between 5-9 years in the South East.
Research conducted by Admiral has revealed that a total of 9.989 homes, collectively worth £3.2 billion, have been sitting empty across the South East.
Overall, 877 of these vacant homes are in Milton Keynes with a total worth of £260,688,250.
Milton Keynes has the highest number of long-term vacant houses that have been empty between 5-9 years, with 317 houses recorded.
MK also ranked second-highest when it comes to vacant houses that have sat empty for more than 10 years, with 173 vacant homes.
In terms of houses sitting empty for 2-4 years, Milton Keynes came third out of the South East, with 387.
The data is based on every council’s yearly publishing of long-term vacant homes on respective government websites and a Freedom of Information request that Admiral sent to every council in England, Scotland, and Wales in February 2021.
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