Planners and architects have 'scarred' towns, planning minister says

Too many "proud towns" have been "scarred by architects and planners" who have "no regard for what local residents want," housing minister Esther McVey has said in the foreword to a collection of essays on the importance of beauty in the built environment, published by think tank Policy Exchange.

by Colin Marrs
New homes: Policy Exchange essays stress need for good design
New homes: Policy Exchange essays stress need for good design

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