Green belt housing needed to solve crisis, says Centre for Cities

Developing well-connected green belt sites should be an essential part of addressing the UK housing crisis, according to a report by the Centre for Cities think-tank.

by Jonathan Tilley
Report says 'least-attractive' green belt sites should be used for new homes (pic Suvodeb Banerjee via flickr)
Report says 'least-attractive' green belt sites should be used for new homes (pic Suvodeb Banerjee via flickr)

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