Posted by: Adam Roake | June 10, 2010

Where are all the houses going to go? (via )

I’ve just read the further comments on Michael Donnelly’s post below. I particularly like RichardW’s analysis of how gardens aren’t really better protected at all.

How can the government square the circle between lowering housing density and protecting green belt land? That’s the question I’ve been mulling over since I read yesterday’s Telegraph article which claims that the coalition is poised to announce plans to cut minimum density requirements from 30 homes per hectare. The paper said: “In the same space that would have been allowed for one house in the 1980s, builders are now being required to build th … Read More

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