UKIP says it will incentivise the building of affordable properties and ensure one million homes are constructed by 2025 while rewriting national planning regulations and denying what it calls non-British nationals the right to participate in schemes like Help To Buy.
Its manifesto's housing section concentrates on house building and allocation, pledging to scrap the National Planning Policy Framework and instead replace it with new national regulations geared to increasing building on brownfield sites away from rural locations.
It will concentrate development in small six-to-12 units schemes and will seek to ensure councils prioritise housing for what it calls strong local connections.
It says non-British nationals will be denied access to Right To Buy and Help To Buy schemes unles they have served in Her Majesty's Armed Forces.
It also says all local authorities, social landlords and housing associations will be required to register the nationality of their tenants.
However, it makes no reference to wealthy overseas buyers purchasing investment properties in London and other cities, and makes an explicit pledge to not introduce any form of mansion tax.
There is no reference to the private rental sector.