Jenrick: Post-war urban planning has 'at times been a disaster'

Urban planning of English cities in the post-war era "has at times been a disaster", while people prefer housing built before the modern planning system was set up, the housing secretary has said.

by John Geoghegan
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick. Pic: UK Parliament
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick. Pic: UK Parliament

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